Child Labour

Child Labour

According to the UN International Labour Organisation (ILO), the term child labour is defined as work by children under the age of 15 that deprives children of their childhood including schooling, their potential and their dignity and is harmful to physical and mental development. According to UNICEF, in the worlds poorest countries around a quarter of children are engaged in child labour.

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