Child Labour: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

Publisher:
International Labour Organization
Publication Date:
10 May 2010
Tags:
Africa, Children and Youth, Human Rights, Labour, International Organizations and Africa

More than 200 million children are in child labour and 115 million girls and boys can be found in its worst forms. Although child labour is declining, the pace has slowed down. Breaking the cycle of poverty and child labour is essential.


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