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Stop Child Labour

Stop Child Labour

Child labour is the employment of children under an age determined by law or custom. This practice is considered exploitative by many countries and international organizations. child labour was not seen as a problem throughout most of history, only becoming a disputed issue with the beginning of universal schooling and the concepts of workers' and children's rights.

Child labour can be factory work, mining or quarrying, agriculture, helping in the parents' business, having one's own small business (for example selling food), or doing odd jobs. Some children work as guides for tourists, sometimes combined with bringing in business for shops and restaurants (where they may also work as waiters). Other children are forced to do tedious and repetitive jobs such as assembling boxes or polishing shoes. However, rather than in factories and sweatshops, most child labor occurs in the informal sector, "selling on the street, at work in agriculture or hidden away in houses - far from the reach of official labor inspectors and from media scrutiny."[1]

The most controversial forms of work include the military use of children as well as child prostitution. Less controversial, and often legal with some restrictions, are work as child actors and child singers, as well as agricultural work outside of the school year (seasonal work).

Protect our children... Stop child labour

Child labour continues to exist throughout the world. Children work because their survival and that of their families depend on it, and in some cases, because unscrupulous adults take advantage of their vulnerability. child labour is also due to weaknesses in education systems and is deeply rooted in cultural and social attitudes and traditions. The problem is further compounded by the fact that child labour remains hidden from public view, making the problem seem less of a priority.

What can be done about child labour?

There are many approaches, and no single magic solution. Here are some suggestions.

1. Prioritise primary education It is no coincidence that the countries where child labour is worst are those that spend least on primary education. Primary education should be free, compulsory, well-resourced, relevant and nearby. It is much easier to monitor school attendance that to inspect factories and workshops. Sponsoring a child doesn't solve this problem - it might make us feel good, but it only helps educate one child, isolating them from others in their community.

2. Regulate global trade The World Trade Organisation (WTO) is the international body charged with overseeing and enforcing the rules of world trade as drawn up during the four decades of GATT negotiations.

Given the impact that globalisation combined with economic rationalist policies have had on workers' wages, conditions, safety standards and basic rights, the global union movement is calling for additional regulation of international trading laws.

Trade unions globally are pushing for a set of rules stipulating the minimum labour standards to be included in the rules of world trade enforced by the WTO. Including core labour standards would enforce several key ILO Conventions such as the right for workers to join a trade union and bargain collectively, and the banning of child labour, as well as banning slave labour, prison labour and discrimination in the workplace.

3. Get rid of poverty Many things are needed to overcome global poverty, but two urgent steps are:

a) Get rid of Structural Adjustment Programs (SAPs): When a country has a balance of payments difficulty, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) implements a SAP for that country. This IMF program usually demands cuts to government social spending such as health and education, spending cuts which impact hardest on the poorest.

b) Restructure Third World Debt. The repayments of the poorest and most indebted countries should be redirected into spending on local health and education rather than to Western bankers. An international campaign aims to cancel the debts of the poorest countries - see the Jubilee Australia website for details and to get involved.

4. Strengthen unions Trade unions also play a crucial role in preventing and eliminating child labour. Adult workers who have the right to organise, negotiate and bargain for a living wage do not have to send their children to work. Where strong unions exist, child labour is diminished. Unions not only strongly oppose child labour on the grounds of social justice, they also resist the hiring of children at wages that undermine their own.

5. Consumer education As consumers, we are the driving force behind the global economy - let's drive it the right direction. We can raise awareness, we can question stores about the labour conditions under which their goods were made, and we can demand proper labelling. If they can tell us what's in a product, they can also tell us who made it. Where labelling exists (eg, Rugmark for hand woven carpets) support these products. Pester multinational companies to adopt codes of conduct for themselves and their subcontractors.

6. Ban the worst forms of child labour Demand the government support the ILO Convention 182 banning the worst forms of child labour such as bonded labour, work in heavy industry or with dangerous substances and commercial sexual exploitation.

7. Give the jobs of child workers to their adult relatives This way, the family does not suffer, and indeed should be better off, as adult wages are generally much higher than child wages.

8. Campaign on specific industries It's hard to take on the whole global economy, so just work industry by industry. Recent ACTU and international union campaigns have involved sporting goods made by child labour, medical instruments made by children (often exported to Australia) and the gem polishing industry in India where children polish diamonds, often sourced from Australia's Argyle diamond mine. Another recent campaign has involved the role of children in citrus juice production in Brazil.

9. Join the Fair Wear campaign Where exploitative child labour does exist in Australia, it is predominantly in the outsourced clothing industry. The Fair Wear Campaign is a coalition of unions, churches and community organisations. It works in association with the Textile, Clothing & Footwear Union and uses consumer pressure to fight for the rights of all homebased outworkers. Contact the Fair Wear Campaign for further details.

10. Education and training for women All studies show that when women are educated, trained and empowered, the incidence of labour by their children, especially girl children, drops dramatically. Your union's overseas aid agency, Union Aid Abroad-APHEDA - has many projects assisting skills training for women. Support them.

11. Our overseas aid The Australian government's overseas aid budget is approximately $1.8 billion per year. This should give it leverage to encourage other governments to enact and enforce adequate legislation banning child labour. We need to demand that a greater share of this budget goes to non-government aid agencies for primary education and teacher training, rather than to big, for-profit companies and to subsidising middle class students to study in our universities.

12. Get more data While the ILO has collected a lot of data on child labour in recent years, there are still many gaps. We need more data especially in those "hidden" areas such as domestic servants, on farms or with home-based out-workers.


Not necessarily in this order:

1. Increased family incomes

2. Education - that helps children learn skills that will help them earn a living

3. Social services - that help children and families survive crises, such as disease, or loss of home and shelter

4. Family control of fertility - so that families are not burdened by children

The 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child calls for children to participate in important decisions that will affect their lives.

Some educators and social scientists believe that one of the most important ways to help child workers is to ask their opinions, and involve them in constructing "solutions" to their own problems. Strong advocates of this approach are Boyden, Myers and Ling; Concerned for Working Children in Karnataka, India; many children's "unions" and "movements," and the Save the Children family of non-governmental organizations.

Child Slavery and Child Labour

Ask most people about slavery and they'll tell you it's a thing of the past with only rare, unfortunate occurrences today. But what most people don't know is, there are more people living as slaves than any other time in history, including the four decades of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. That is, an estimated 27 million people live in bondage. Of that figure, it can only be estimated how many are children: five to six million.

Exacerbated by extreme poverty, children are often sold into slavery by their parents or guardians. Along with paying desperate families for a child, parents are promised the child will receive food, shelter, clothing and a proper education. In many cases, however, parents are unwittingly pushing their children into a dismal life of slavery. They may never see their child again.

Children work in agriculture, domestic work, industry and the sex trade. The cocoa industry in West Africa, for instance, is one of the most notorious employers of child slaves. Young boys, ranging in age from 12 to 16, are coaxed from their villages with promises of money and a better life. Once on the farm, the children are kept against their will and work in inhumane conditions to harvest cocoa beans to sell to the world market. Child slaves are also used to manufacture cotton, rugs, and silk, among other things.

Many child slaves denied an education, freedom of movement, and freedom of information. They are confined, beaten, and terrorized and are forced to work in dangerous conditions that often result in life-long injuries. Because poverty is so widespread, children are seen as disposable and are often fed just enough to be kept alive. It seems there is always a desperate family that could be enticed to sell a child. On average, slaves are sold for US$90.

While millions of children are slaves, 246 million more are child laborers. The difference between the two is faint. Child labor is an activity performed by a child for which he/she receives compensation, no matter how little. Child labor can range from children combing landfills for things that can be recycled to children who harvest sugar cane in a field. At least 120 million children work full-time, 61 percent in Asia, 32 percent in Africa and 7 percent in Latin America.

Some children are born into bondage and are forced to follow a parent's trade. Bonded labor also occurs when a child is forced to work to pay off a debt. Many times children incur "expenses" at their workplace, for food and shelter for instance, and are unable to pay off the debt.

Both child slavery and child labor cause physical and psychological damage for children. Many children attempt to escape and return home again, only to be forced into similar situations. Others live on the streets to avoid punishment and re-enslavement. In rare circumstances, children are rescued by aid and non-profit organizations who attempt to secure them a better future. Chocolate Covered Child Labour

Most of our children play with teddy bears, children in West Africa play with Machetes. Why? So you can enjoy your cup of coffee.

Coffee culture is rapidly growing and the demand for chocolate never seems to stop. For every bar we buy more children are forced into child slavery on cocoa farms. Over 67% of the world's cocoa comes from West Africa. As the trading wheel of injustice spins, children are tortured, farmers go hungry, and large companies such as Nestle and Cadburys make a profit. When we consume more chocolate the demand for cocoa increases, and so farmers can make money to feed their family from the fruits of their labor.

Unfortunately that is not the case as it's the corrupted trading system which dictates the price.

Instead global companies charge high prices for their products but refuse to pay a fair price for cocoa beans, the primary ingredient needed for the coffee and chocolate they sell. As a result farmers sell their beans to middlemen who then negotiate trading prices to sell on to companies. Farmers only receive half the amount of money the beans are originally bought for as the middleman receives the rest. In most cases they do not make a profit. Desperate farmers transform into corrupted farmers and become involved in the business of child trafficking. Young children wandering the streets of Ghana, and Cote d'Ivoire are lured by traffickers who promise them a life where they can earn an honest wage so they don't go hungry.

Opportunity knocks at the wrong door as children are then abducted and sold to farmers as slaves.

They are forced into painful work, long days in inhumane conditions without pay and with little food. Work includes using machetes to cut the cacao pods from high branches, and applying pesticides without protective equipment. Dangerous days and fearful nights is the typical day in the life of child slaves. Young children are psychologically deceived into staying on the farm. If they are brave enough, attempting to escape back home to their parents, they are beaten, whipped, and tortured.

According to Global 240,000 children have been sold as slaves in West Africa to work on coffee, cocoa, and cotton plantations, and according to a US State Department Report 15,000 of those children are aged between 9-12. While our children attend school the children we have forgotten dream of such opportunities. These children don't receive their basic right to an education instead they have a tortured life of abuse and daily beatings so you can have your Mars bar.

It's a tricky cycle to break as cocoa beans produced by slaves are hard to detect. Once the farmer gives his goods to the middleman to sell, the beans are taken to a warehouse and mixed with beans produced by paid workers. At this stage companies play the blame game by stating they have no way of detecting which beans are from slave free farms. If we refuse to use all cocoa then farmers would be under more pressure which would result in more cases of child slavery.

Global companies need to make their products fair trade. If they pay the farmers a minimum wage, farmers are obliged to form an agreement which states their working standards are democratic with no slavery involved, and their cocoa is of good quality. Direct business will mean the middleman is no longer needed and farmers can reap what they sow. It all sounds very fair and simple, so why don't all products have the fair trade label on? Because companies like Nestle are quite happy making $65 billion a year.

While we blissfully sip our hot chocolate, we are tasting the blood of another child.

Stop Child Labour

Stop Child Labour

 Last updated on June 9, 2011

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Comments 231 comments

David Nifler  6 years ago

hey veeranath,

Your Hub page is very interesting and vantasic.. keep it up...

k.lakshman 6 years ago

its good and very good topic you have chosen.

addisen 6 years ago

This is a wonderful site. It shows present leading problem. The problem of child labour continues to pose a challenge before the nation. Government has been taking various pro-active measures to tackle this problem. However, considering the magnitude and extent of the problem and that it is essentially a socio-economic problem inextricably linked to poverty and illiteracy, it requires concerted efforts from all sections of the society to make a dent in the problem.

ravi 6 years ago

This is 100% right we have to stop child labor then only over country will success, so every one who they have a heart they help to do stop child labor..

This is very good article.

Gopal Krishna 6 years ago

Hi Veeru

This is good desition your article

cathy 6 years ago


Which u prepared the Article Stop Child Labour is good lesson for all the citizens, one who make them to work as u said in the Article cleaners,shoe polishers,selling foods,sweetshops and some other factories, instead making them to work like that we need to teach some cleanliness,if possible about education one who understand little about the what we teach.

Firstly,we should tell the parents one who give birth to the child about child labour which they can understand well.This is the basic thing where some childs become labours.

So,i do agree with your article Veera,its really a great lesson.All the best for your futrure.Thank You for giving a good Article on Child Labour.

mike justin 6 years ago

hey veru,

nice article.. its good

humper_98 6 years ago

Hi Veeru,

The topic is very good and interesting..

Godsay 6 years ago

Hello Veeru,

You have choosed a very good topic ie Child Labour which is a major Social Problem in our society. Through your article i hope for a change in the society. The people who will read this article will definitely think of this child labour and will help up to their extent in eradicating this Social Evil.

kiran kumar 6 years ago

Hi veer,

This Topic is looking good Iam Voting for it.

Kamran 6 years ago

Hi Veeru Paaji,

I am very impressed by seeing this article. Coz Now-a -days no one cares about the social welfare and no one has time to prepare the article on such topic .Its shows your kindness towards the poor children who are working in the Mechanic sheds , petrol bunks . I appeal all the Indians to stop the Child Labour.

suhas s ganjare 6 years ago

Hi veeru,

It is not possible to avoid a problem like child labor in the third world countries because here they work to survive. If they stop working then not only (the child), but also his family will be affected.

Child labor is not good. Child labor is not good but still child laborers’ fathers and mothers put them in these unacceptable situations. Some of them are home servants who are regularly beaten by their masters every day. Some undeveloped countries let them.

suhas s ganjare 6 years ago

Hi veeru,

It is not possible to avoid a problem like child labor in the third world countries because here they work to survive. If they stop working then not only (the child), but also his family will be affected.

Child labor is not good. Child labor is not good but still child laborers’ fathers and mothers put them in these unacceptable situations. Some of them are home servants who are regularly beaten by their masters every day. Some undeveloped countries let them.

sam 6 years ago

i agree with stopping child labor but what i would like to know more about how you actually stop child labor

KURELLA JOB 6 years ago

i want to stop chind labour

raju 6 years ago

hey veeru..

article is very good..really i like ur concept

Frenz 6 years ago

Your topic was very GOOD! Everyone should see this so that they'll realize what they have missed to appreciate. Really, the article was very inspiring!

erxxx 6 years ago

vry good vry good !!!

mimi 6 years ago

let's build together a new life whitout children suffering of exploitation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

cammi.frost 6 years ago

i agree that we should stop it. it hurts to much to see children that age working for their families.

pancakelover 6 years ago

i though it was great it gave me lots of info and it helped me get an A on my project thanks for the help

HATER OF LABOR 5 years ago

Child Labor is a horid thing, PREVENT IT!

madhur 5 years ago

this is a good roal modal site

aashi 5 years ago

i think every one should visit this site as it is an eye opener for everyone. I do not know about others but for sure i would make the best of my efforts to STOP CHILD LABOUR !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

AJAY GUPTA 5 years ago

it is mostly seen in rural areas as mostly poor people lives in rural areas.

Government nad rich people can help them,but now a days no one thinks about any one

as far as population increasing problem of child labour is also increasing so please help child labour

rasyha 5 years ago

thanks it really helped me get done with this stupid essay!

pearl 5 years ago

i say this is the most sad thing ti see but people that do that to there kids are mean to there kids and when they grow up they will end up during that to there kids and they will think that's OK to do and it's not it's mean to do and if i was you i will try to stop what they are doing cause that's what i am trying to do and it's hard cause there's only me that's trying that's on my side so please help if you are reading this thank you for reading help these kids that needs help thank you

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lucy jonhson 5 years ago

i really think this website is helpfull. people should be more aware of child labour. anyone who supports this websites is a good simiratin. anyone who makes fun of it is sick in the head!!!

do not take this offensively !!!

sincerely :

lucy johnson


tanya 5 years ago


lulu 5 years ago

this was such a good website i nearly started crying when i watched that video

2 cool 4 scool 5 years ago

that rox

shubham 5 years ago

hey hiii

this website really help me in ma declamation contest



369 5 years ago

stop it !!

Shive 4 years ago

wonderful content has moved me a lot....

achuvijay 4 years ago

try to stop it

ANAMIKA 4 years ago

Vary nice

shivangi 4 years ago

great, fantastic, it did my work just in a day , for what i was searching since last 2 months

rosh 4 years ago

hw cud people do such injustice to dese kids like us.. shame on u adults :(

stop it!! it's enough or we'll show slavery towards u , u get it!!!

dumb people!!!!:P

ahamed 4 years ago

i would be very happy if we can put a stop to this.

allison leavitt 4 years ago

i agree with everyone

Allison leavitt 4 years ago

Does anyone not agree with this stuff... they suck.... :|

Abbigal Pickard 4 years ago

I belive that everything that is happening is okay over there and nothing needs to be done... allison i don't like you...

JOJI JOSE P 4 years ago

its awesome !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jimmy 4 years ago

food article. very focused focal point.

Joseph 4 years ago

Very nice article and very useful. The main point is very, very clear.

sarah 4 years ago

yeah !! it's a misery !! some people are living in the better castle throught the world and the others don't find any temporary refuge ; any shelter any mouthful , we must stop this we must doing something how dare we stand by while our children living in the worst circumstances !! we must help them....

jasmeen kabuli 4 years ago

all that i can say is that the idea of this web site is far siting which will eradicate child labour from the wrold as the longest journey starts with a simple step.

Bethan  4 years ago

this is getting beyond a joke now! they work so hard! and they hadly get money for it, its just sick:/ i just dont understand how the situation will budge... nothing changes. wich is anoying cause we all know its wrong:|

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Rocky 4 years ago

OMG this is so sad. Did you know that Disney, and Nike are also using Child Labor. Disney is using them to make stuffed animals and toys and Nike is using them for many products but manly Nike makes them sew soccer balls.

We need to put a stop to Child Labor but it is so difficult to be stopped because you can't supervise everyone at the same time.

Anonymous Student 4 years ago

Thank you so much veeranath,

I had to do a paper on Child Labor for school and this helped tons, I got an A+! This not only helped me with my Child Labor Paper but it helped me to realize what is going on in out world.

Thanks Again, the Anonymous Student

prasad 4 years ago

hi frnds this is prasad from vijayawada and i want to stop child labour at near of my house and office ,how i can complaint to child labour cell plz let me know.....

thnx in advance

Ahmed 4 years ago

Thank you so much veeranath,

I had to do a paper on Child Labor for school and this helped tons, I got an A+! This not only helped me with my Child Labor Paper but it helped me to realize what is going on in out world.

Thanks Again, the Anonymous Student

anupriya 4 years ago

fantastic yaar....

amna 4 years ago

its a fantastic helped me alot in my project.i think parents are responsilbe in dragging thier children towards child labour.there is no family planning thats why different families suffers from poverty and then forces their children to work..!Stop child labour!!!!

bob 4 years ago

stop it

god 4 years ago

nuke the ppl

Anonymous child 4 years ago


its so sad to not only hear about but see whats happeing to other children like me around the world.



smileys 4 years ago

cheers mate this article was really handy helping me research for my paper. Articles like this although small can have suh a big impact! ")

gvea!!! 4 years ago

this article was very intersting i hope child labour stops for the good of every children around the world:)

anonymous 4 years ago

we need to educate children so they will become aware of what is expected in work so we can stregnthen the econymy in those countries

Black Ice 4 years ago

These Children need our prayers.

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aaaaa 3 years ago

i know it is really sad, and i mean it

Saint Seiya  3 years ago

I lov this site thanks to u.... I forward it through mail spam.. to raise awareness of the situation

Amena 3 years ago

i like this site. it is good for me beecause my toppic is about child labor and i need to find some info about it.

emily 3 years ago

this is great, the solutions will at least really help the children, this is a sad horrible thing happening, and they need our help

AKA 3 years ago

I am under the age of 15 and i know what is happening to children my age and younger and it isnt fair they should be going out playing soccer or football

keira 3 years ago

Hey every one I am working on something based on child slavery labour and finding this really helped me thanks for who ever did this I was very helpful thanks.

this and a little more information helped me to know what it is I would like to do when I grow up I would like to be in a campaign to stop child slavery labour around the world.

When I am older meaning in the future

MANSI 3 years ago


Vinita Mondal 3 years ago

I am 13 years old and I know what is happening to most of the children of this age. I truly agree with everyone that child labour must be stopped.

Payal Haldar 3 years ago

i am aware of this as i am 13 years old as mos children are facing the problem. And I agree with Vinita who is my friend that child labour must be stopped.

dylan  3 years ago

i am 13 and child labour must have stop

Dilip, Chennai 3 years ago

There is no use in talking like I vote , or I stand by your side...impressed by this article and just forget sooner or later. Child Labour must be prevented and rescued immediately. We should "act now", at least our generation can change and bring hope for future unborn babies.. Am I right? By the way excellent article covering all aspects.

Tamanna 3 years ago

this are one of the bestest articles i've ever seen.i've shown this to every one in my school & every one liked it.

priya 3 years ago

awesome it helped me a lot.

soumya 3 years ago

very nice

priyanka 3 years ago

its very nice

blah blah 3 years ago

What your doing is wonderful child labour isn't

risla 3 years ago

i am 15 and its very wonderful. i like it.this is the great solution.

bob 3 years ago

y is child labour bad

haji jan  3 years ago

it is really an admirable step good

anon 3 years ago

this website really helped me with my homework !!

and also proved to my self that i didnt know what was actually happeneing to these porr children

thank you

Peter Wolfe 3 years ago

Are we not in the 21st century? I thought tha child labour was part of the relegated past and is hardly ever spoke of at my local catholic parish. We talk to the assembly about Big Government in the states but rarily do the people in the pews speak and act christian act outside of the church. is it not surrprise why government has gotten so big around the world? We simply put want the burden on others to solve not as individuals to banned together to stop corporations fom destroying human dignity and respect of the individual. Its a human right as a child from ages 0-18 years of age to have a home to sleep, clothing on one's back, food in ones tummy, minimumal health care an literacy via educational government or private educational system. Striving this enemy of crorporations for profit is admirable but most americans choose to live blissfully ignorant even about human rights internationally. God bless you guys for fighting the good fight.

diana 3 years ago

dont let children work its over their power let them have life and they can do more

pstillwell 3 years ago

this is a good thing to learn and let everybody know about!!!! good job

callico 3 years ago

im doing a school project on this and this helped me get my A+

neha 3 years ago

Its an awesome really helpd me a lt 2 do ma a days v must look in these mattrs,being a youngest generatn of YOUNG INDIA v mst c .........

Elily 3 years ago

i like this website! i taught me a lot about the different ways we can make a difference

tanvi 3 years ago

well luv ths's amazing......n it is a social evil n it's gr8 attending ths website.......

scarlet 3 years ago


Bharati chheda 3 years ago

Its really a very Herat touching vedio

Jen 3 years ago

I'm doin a project on child labour and it is a very sad topic I hate knowing that kids in other places not that far away are having to work and not get a chance to get an education to eat. I wish I could help more.

Arianna 3 years ago

I'm doing a project on child labour and i actually do get to go to third generation countries and help 14 and hoping to be a doctor and help these kinds of people

varunthukral 3 years ago

we have to stop child labour

angels 3 years ago

thanks to your article this helps my case study much..

amira 3 years ago

thank you very much to this article it help me four the project in my school amira from algeria

amira 3 years ago

thank you very much to this article it help me four the project in my school amira from algeria

PRATIK RACH 3 years ago

Very nice article veeru. But at the same time it is very depressing to read such an article . After reading your article I tried finding any NGO;s that are working to eradicate chaild labour or help these children in any way. Considering the situation these children and their family are in, its difficult for them not to work. So this NGO which is associated with Jaago Re ( provides educational support to these children which i personally think is a very good initiative.

iiii 3 years ago

child labour should be stoped

ola  3 years ago

this is very good and sad i wanna stop child labour when im older

raghad 3 years ago

i really consider that child labour must be stoped fast because it is spreading more and ore into the world!

&& btw nice article veer.

jeet  3 years ago

i would like to stop d child labour

lala 3 years ago

nice. we must stop child labour!!!!!!!!

soumya 3 years ago

i really lve dis nd i think all indians should stop child labour

sexy 3 years ago

i agree with this :)

Fatema 3 years ago

This site is really cool as it helped me to write my essay on "Lets stop child Labour"

Thanks n all should read this site!!!!!!!!

for cool knowledge

barzan ismael 3 years ago

now I'm doing a legal research about child labor ,

neha jain  3 years ago

this artical helped me to be a awarded student in the classroom it ls helped me to get my loosed prestige in front of my english teacher

ben 3 years ago

im doing a project with my group on child labor. this website helps a lot!

samnickben 3 years ago

good website got lots of info from it for a school project.

Cole 3 years ago

Thanks a ton this reaally helped me with a school project

azhar 3 years ago

zabbarst saved my 20 marks for my project

Anitha 3 years ago

It is nice website to diminish the child labour.Thanks for You to give me ten marks under my NSS practicles.

awais 3 years ago

thats a great website to provide information about child labour

awais 3 years ago

thats a great website to provide information about child labour

Sharon 3 years ago

Great arguments and supported detailed pointed out.

However, many sources of information are not acknowledged clearly.

I would love to have the access to these sources if you could send me the links of the title of books you've referred to. If possible, can you please send them to me by email at

Thank you very much.

Keep it up!

sona 2 years ago

thank's 4 this make me thinking more opened

it's treau that child labour is

big problem and there are many solution to ending it as forced education when education is forced on children there is a hope 4 a better life and futur.

S0M31 2 years ago

Wow, This is a Good Essay

Gab 2 years ago

You idoits!!!!!!! chils labor is the worst thing in the world!! the childeren dont even gert to be kids!!!!! :(

They are under paied and the conitions are horrible!

u are not going to pay of the debt!! not now not ever!!!

So why do you think its you really want to leave your family!!!


STOP CHILD LABOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!

CeCe 2 years ago

This is just sad. Wish I could help!

SHUBHANKER 2 years ago


suditya 2 years ago

just I'm against this child-labor!!!!!

these idiot fellows just dammit chanu....:):):)

akarsh 2 years ago

we should not deny the fact that child labour

is the most disasterous thing that today our

country is suffering from.'

ayushi 2 years ago

stop...... it!!!!!!!

Anju 2 years ago

We should prevent child labour by decreasing the population.

Anju 2 years ago

We should prevent child labour by decreasing the population. I had one assignment in English about child labour which was given by my English teacher ie; Sr.Priya,this helped me lot in my project. thanks a lot.

asantewaa 2 years ago

well done

ithnk we shd stop child labor by arresting de doers

asantewaa 2 years ago

great job!!!!!!

u're relly helping me in my assingments

thanx!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! alot

sai sravya 2 years ago

it's very useful for most of the people to know about child labour an how to stop the child labour...........

jhghtdrgbcnnmkyhk.nmnmbbhgy 2 years ago

thanks for the article

it helped me in my essay writing competition.............

jhghtdrgbcnnmkyhk.nmnmbbhgy 2 years ago

thanks for the article

it helped me in my essay writing competition.............

child slave 2 years ago

when i think about child labour it makes me cry. :(

imagine you were a kid only 4 years old and working all day long, having no FOOD WATER or CLOTHES!!! children should not have a price on their head children should be free to live life to the fullest and should never ever evrer be working as machines in harsh conditions, they have rights to you know, i just want to tell all you stupid heads out there that are inslaving children to stop and think for one second what you are depriving these inocent children of !!!!!!!!!!!

P.S im a child slave ...

ankit desai 2 years ago

its disgusting

shivendra pratap singh 2 years ago

its very painful to see how child labour is increased day by dAY

we r against them

Aateka 2 years ago

nice article...

Emm 2 years ago

Stop child labor! >:(

piamoe05 2 years ago

.. very nice article ..

.. it helps me to finish my research work ..

.. thank you so much ..

piamoe05 2 years ago

.. very nice article ..

.. it helps me to finish my research work ..

.. thank you so much ..

Sanjay Dey 2 years ago

We are responsible for this cause. It first we will change ourself then u can see it will stop automatically.

stop stop child labour 2 years ago

stop stop child labour

Rakshiit 2 years ago

hey veeru where is hypothesis ???

Mrittika 2 years ago

Its awesome..loved it..we should stop these..

jn m 2 years ago

vry helpful

mina 2 years ago

we must stop child labour we must be one hand to put an end for this miserable situation

oh 2 years ago

hi my name is something else but i didn't want you to know my name so i made my name oh.i think we must stop child labour.stop stop stop child might think it cool but its is not cool people out there has no food no money nothing to surivive they don't even have clothes to were.this website is awesome because it teaches you all these things about child labour and how can we stop child labour in the world.just imgaine that you were 1 of them working in factories.and you were 4 years old.and every day working day and night you only get 5 rupes a don't have enough money to eat get clothes or anything.out there there are kids like this .here a thing that you could do to help stop child labour donate like a penny every day and that can help stop child labour.

High School Student 2 years ago

Thank you so much! This was so incredibly useful on getting small details on an essay I had to write on child slave labor in China. This is so wonderful!

lion 2 years ago

i read all the comments

salva 2 years ago

children are the future citizens help them!stop child labour

dilip kumar 2 years ago

want more

deepali 2 years ago

vry helpful

Ragini Sharma 2 years ago

vry nice nd suprb concept.....Gud

loga abinaya 2 years ago


sarah 2 years ago

omg i no my comment is "rather short"

rahul 2 years ago

bhan ke lodo child labour roko

krishan kumar 2 years ago


natasha 2 years ago

i liked it!!!...

Katarina 2 years ago

it hurts me when i just think about child labor :(

i have to do a speech on how all of us can stop child labor


Shayan 2 years ago

I'm making a speach about this and I'm thinking that it's going to be awesome and if I become famous or something I will stop child labour forever and will never come back.I hope.

larry farmer 2 years ago

hi mr, i have to admit that you have done a great work. my concern in respect to what you have is what i saw some few days ago through cnn news, that most children are slaved especially in chocolate farms in ivory coast! how can the governments of the world stop the this demonic vice? what can all of us do to stop this?

satya 2 years ago

nice article

yuvarani 2 years ago 2 years ago

very nice

swetha 2 years ago

very helpful

simran 2 years ago



Yayaya 2 years ago

My subject in English is Child labour so helpful if I actually read it all :L

siva yadav 2 years ago

good idea pls stop child labour children s are our future so stop chil labour

thnx 2 years ago

i know its so sad how these people can suffer and sell them for thousond of dollars kk

siyavuya mtyoko 2 years ago

stop it, you doing something wrong

betty 2 years ago


This is a very interesting article.

Child labor should be stopped in the world , It is cruelty to children

Child labor = Slavery

Visit the Picture of Child labor In :

Thank you

coolkid14 2 years ago

this was very helpful. THNXS a lot we have to stop child labour yah

hamza bashiru 2 years ago

child labour is a bad thing for children. For they are the furture leaders and our next generation

killer 2 years ago

nice site as well as nice article. Child labour is the only obstacle in the development of India.

mamtaff 2 years ago

i like to say every boby who is continue with child labour must stop it now. by doing so we may decrease the natality rate in our world

Stop_ 2 years ago

I Agree ^

anon. 2 years ago

i agree(^_^)

vency veibete 2 years ago

really a heart breaking article...come on people,STOP CHILD LABOUR.Anyway thanks to u Veer.this helps me in my assignment.

helo 2 years ago

good info thankyou pal

helo 2 years ago

thanks again, pal, i like this information more than i enjoy my breakfast. i was helped a lot :) thankyou again, pal. i like it so thanks, pal.

Amrit 2 years ago

Wow, just want to say thank you. I just finished a report that's due tomorrow and didn't start until today. Your article was by far the most helpful. Thank You.

Take Care.

Lyra 2 years ago

child labour is wrong and more should be done to stop it and raise awareness.

Hi 2 years ago

Great article. Just curious does anyone know the average salary for child labour workers? Especially those who manufacture stuffed toys? Thnx :)

akshay dutt 2 years ago

plllllllllllllzzzzzzzzzzz savvvvvvvveeeeeeee theeeeee kidssssssssss say nooooooooooo tooooooooo child labourrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

save the children from child labour, and educate them plllllllllzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

????????? 2 years ago

Thank you i am doing a school project about child slavery and this really helped me thank you.

Helen 2 years ago

Why don't we all stop eating chocolate for a day in protest against child labor.Just pick a date and spread the word, what the worst that can happen.

swathi dash 24 months ago

great article.what you said is right.some send there childers to do work.but they should not send.they don't even think about there child.your article was helpfull to me.thankyou.

Shay 24 months ago

Thank you for seeing this in a positive way child labour needs to stop

aiden loves zee xxx 23 months ago

this page gives alot of info thx also its great to know that some people still think positively bout y child labour needs 2 b stopped xx

Mark 23 months ago

Stop child labour in the coffee industry!

Suman pharswan 23 months ago

I was very thank ful to my tchr mrs minakshi .to give this topic.pls i request to parents.pls stop child labour.

Dheer 23 months ago

stop!stop!plz stop child labour:)

alexis 23 months ago

I HATE child labor!!!!!!!!! im doing a project on it and there are a lot of diffrent kinds of child labor.the videos are sooooooooooooooooo sad .the kids don't get the education that they need to be smart

duryn rafiqi 23 months ago

namaste veernath..i am jus 14 i am imppressed with ua topic..CHILD LABOUR SHOULD BE STOPPED.....:(

Michaela 22 months ago

Helped amazingly with my assignment on child labour and slavery. Thanks heaps :)

rishabh 22 months ago

nice article dude....

Sudhansu Sekhar Dhall 22 months ago

I fully agree with government for STOP CHILD LABOUR

iqra 22 months ago

very help


jin 22 months ago

they should fight in tekken to achieve their goals

cristiano ronaldo 21 months ago

i really agree child labour should be stopped ,children should play football

Alwin Joseph Tomy 21 months ago

It is too bad that child labour is still continuing

zara khan 20 months ago

stop child labour as fast as possible ; because the whole future will be dark to bring a bright future child labour should stop and let each and every child get educated to get their bright future.............

vanshika 20 months ago

this artical is very nice

Khan 20 months ago

I agree with this

Nikita Mahajan 19 months ago

As we all had been a child in our days ,we know very well that what these innocent children are losing is their precious & never be gained after time has slipped from are i thank u for such imp research & agree with the aspects of essay.well done.

solomon mwakasanga 19 months ago

i like this tipic it so nice

saranya murugan 19 months ago

nice topic..... awesome....

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kristle soni 17 months ago

nice essay on stop child labour..........

Rhythm Gupta 17 months ago

child labour =slavery..........stop child labour........give money to poor children for there study........

sidra tul muntaha 16 months ago

i agree. it's a very good article indeed. child labor must be banned.

bhavya soni 16 months ago

it is a very good site............I like it very much............

akshita 15 months ago

PLEASE STOP STOP STOP CHILD LABOUR................. It's a very good site indeed.I agree with this essay Child labour must be banned

anne 15 months ago

its very nice topic...

anne 15 months ago


Stop stop this child labor every child should gets its education.....

vidya 14 months ago

every child wants 2 leave his/her dream so plllllllllllsssssssssssss let them follow their dreams by edaucating them

bong 12 months ago

stop it

james 12 months ago

i absoultely think child labour should stop

Kritika 10 months ago

plzzzzzzzzzzzzz, let the kidz fly, but by being educated, not by doing such practices.....:)

Zunaira Tariq 7 months ago

Heads of 2 u ~!

Gret Job "MAN:" welldone....!

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jacob 7 months ago

gaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ican do better

John Mafi 7 months ago

Awesome story Bro Btw Im Gay any takers im keen right now

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harshit 8 weeks ago

I think it is very shameful for our country.

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