Exploited Child: A National Problem
M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd., 1996 - 186 pages
Besides poverty, sociocultural factors play a profoundrole in aggravating the problem of child labour. This study established the fact that sociocultural factors have a decisive part to play in perpetuation of child labour. While highlighting such a relationship, the present report calls for tackling this pernicious problem through a concerted drive aimed at awareness generation, public education, adult literacy etc.
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Extent of Child Labour
Constitutional and Legislative Measures
Profile of Child Workers
Social Life of Child Workers
Appendix DChild Labour Prohibition
Appendix FUN Declaration of the Rights
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