Challenges Of Fight Against Child Labor Essay

1691 Words May 29th, 2016 7 Pages
Majority of those children who do not attend schools are in the workforce, in some areas where the schools are free do not give the children the resources to participate as they cannot provide it. The children do not have the time nor the supplies to be able to attend and have to work for their bread.
Children are even sent to construction sites where dangerous conditions force them to work around the safety hazards. These long hours, isolation from a social environment, lack of education, health issues, low pay, and exposure to abuse impact the children of Bangladesh to not have a prosperous future. Children are affected in ways that impede their path to success and leave the country in a demographic turmoil and corruption as the gap between the rich and the poor continue to increase. Challenges to fight against child labor is the commonality. Many do not spot it as an issue, other factors such as the economic stratifications and the inability to control homes, and corruption play into the long standing issue.

In 2014 an article was published, highlighting the continued exposure of child labor within Bangladesh, specifically Vase. The garment factories specifically continue to exploit the children to sell and trade retail to the United Kingdom. These British retailers have been forcing the children to work over eleven hours a day in horrid conditions. With high temperatures, no availability to fresh water, no safety standards and exposure to chemicals, these children…

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