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My finalchild labor presentation

  1. 1. PRESENTATION ONCHILD LABOR
  2. 2. SIGNPOSTING At first, Rahul Kumar will speak about the introduction and basic facts about child labor. Secondly, Bishal Dey Sarkar will speak about the forms of child labor and factors leading to child labor. Thirdly, Sanjit Kumar will speak about the laws preventing child labor and its effects. Lastly, Rajeev Singh will speak about the remedies and conclude it.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTIONWhat is CHILD LABOR ? History of CHILD LABOR . Minimum age limit for a child to work ? Effect on child’s life .
  4. 4. BASIC FACTS Facts about CHILD LABOR around the world . Where do these children work ?
  5. 5. FORMS OF CHILD LABOR Forced Labor .Debt Bondage .Chattel Slavery .Religious Slavery .
  6. 6. TYPES OF CHILD LABOR Slavery . Sexual Exploitation . Illicit Activities . Hazardous Work .
  7. 7. FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO CHILD LABOR Poverty . Tradition . Control .Cheap and Replaceable.
  8. 8.  Physical Size .Ignorance .Poorly funded, trained teachers . School Fees .
  9. 9.  Lack of education among rural people . Employment Practices . Armed Conflict .
  10. 10. LAWS PREVENTING CHILD LABOR No child below the age of 14 years shall be employed . Children shall be given opportunities and facilities to develop . Free and compulsory education
  11. 11.  Should not be forced to work by economic necessity .
  12. 12. EFFECTS DUE TO CHILD LABOR Health . Illiteracy . Family Ties . Damaged physical, mental or social development .
  13. 13.  Adult unemployment and reduced bargaining power .
  14. 14. REMEDIES Strategies in education . Child labor issues . Childhood development programs . Vocational education .
  15. 15.  Rehabilitation programs . Educational programs . Workplace and community monitoring . Nutrition and health .
  16. 16.  Society should help the government in eliminating the child labor .
  17. 17. CONCLUSION Child labor is an international evil . Poverty, lack of education and awareness leads to child labor . Child labor effects education, health and even life. For preventing child labor, we should spread awareness .
  18. 18.  Promote education in rural areas . Building communities to eliminate child labor.
  19. 19. RECOMMENDATION Educate yourself about child labor . Stop the practice of child labor in organized and non organized sectors . Provide proper educational needs . Don’t just see, “ACT” .
  20. 20. THANK YOU

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