Pros And Cons Of Child Labour

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Topic 1: Child labour is unethical but necessary in less developed countries. Discuss the causes and effects giving concrete examples and possible solutions.

I- Introduction

Since always, children had been exploited in different ways and for distinctive kind of works as it exists many sort of job that kids are doing. Considering the ILO’s statistics on child labour, it seems to have decreased since a couple of years but the figures are still so frightening as 168 million of children are working which corresponds to 1 on 7 kids. The most alarming thing is that a half of them are engaged in hazardous work that is to say a work that includes ‘’physical, psychological or sexual abuse, work underground, underwater, at dangerous heights
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Body Paragraph #3: Well, child labour represents an important trouble today in less- developed countries as it is considered as a huge world disease that has to be cured finding solutions for that. A- With the aim of finding solutions to avoid child labour, governments and international organisations – such as ILO – are looking for compromises between legislation and eradication. “Almost all actors agree that the worst forms of child labour must be abolished (although they disagree on what those forms are) and that labour exploitation is unacceptable.” (Fontana & Grugel, 2015). A political way seems to be a first good approach on looking for issues. B- Moreover, a social way is also practicable in that help should be offered to families and facilitate the access to education and minimum school learning. As the topic is about less-developed countries, we can also highlight that one of the problem could be the number of children for one family. More children parents have, harder it is for them to afford nourishing them and school

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