Child Labour and Impunity

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child labour is one of the main violations of human rights that exist in all countries. It is also one of the most important violations that must be eradicated because its victims are the most vulnerable and defenceless. It also has negative consequences and impacts on the future. Therefore, the policy paper included some recommendations to effectively eliminate the child labour crisis.

child labour in 2021 monitored that there are 160 million children in child labour, or nearly 10% of the world’s children. The number of children has increased by 8.4 million, which is the first increase in 20 years.
The paper dealt with some forms of child labour, including: hazardous working conditions, domestic service, street children, the informal economy, child slavery, trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation, armed conflicts, and illicit activities.

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