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DATE: 29th June 2018

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1 What is child labour?
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2 Causes of child labour

Item 3 Statistics of child labour in 2017
 Child labour in India
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4 Kailash Sathyarthi
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5 Solution to child labour
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Child labour is the act of employment of
children in any work that deprives children of
their childhood, interferes with their ability to
attend regular school, and that is mentally,
physically, socially or morally harmful.

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Poverty
Schooling
Cultural and social superstition
Macroeconomy causes
Illiteracy
Overpopulation
Urbanisation

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• More than 200 million children today are child
labourers.
• 73 million of these children are below 10 years
old.
• Most children work on farms that produce
consumer products such as cocoa, coffee and
other crops.
• 20 million child workers are employed in factories
that make garments, carpets, toys, matches and
hand-rolled cigarettes.
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NGOs of India say the real figure of child labour in
India is up to 60 million.
Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya
Pradesh have the highest child labour rate.
India has 1,26,66,377 child labourers of which UP
has 19,27,997 child labourers.

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• Kailash Satyarthi is an Indian children's rights activist.
He is a Nobel Peace Prize recipient and founder of
Bachpan Bachao Andolan.

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• Strict enforcement of laws against child labour.
• Awareness about child labour among general
public.
• Increase in employment of adults.
• Ensuring education for each child.

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