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Child Labour essay in 100-120 words​


Answered by Anonymous


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Child labour is a term you might have heard about in news or movies. It refers to a crime where children are forced to work from a very early age. It is like expecting kids to perform responsibilities like working and fending for themselves. There are certain policies which have put restrictions and limitations on children working.The average age for a child to be appropriate to work is considered fifteen years and more. Children falling below this age limit won’t be allowed to indulge in any type of work forcefully. Why is that so? Because child labour takes away the kids opportunity of having a normal childhood, a proper education, and physical and mental well-being. In some countries, it is illegal but still, it’s a far way from being completely eradicated.

Answered by koushlyadevimourya


Child labour is the use of children in producing goods and services. They are employed by the producers at minimal wages, which makes them susceptible to violence and any unjust activity. They are paid minimal wages and are made to work for almost nine hours in a day. The procedure of converting them to child labour is easy. The parents themselves want the children to get involved in such activities. These parents cannot generate the basic income necessary for sustaining themselves. The parents are helpless. However, some parents do not want to bear the burden of having too many children and giving their last child to these factory owners.

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