Infographic on Child Labour

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I ran a workshop on child labour last week and was prompted to make this infographic. The situation is disgraceful. Check out the infographic and consider doing something practical in response. Head over to Baptist World Aid Australia, learn about the brilliant child centred community development program and sponsor a child to support the program.

 

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Alexis Conway
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This is so sad I hope I can do something about it.

Robert soules
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I think the government should end child labor because it hurts children. The adults think the children need hard work because don’t listen.They shouldn’t because it is bad.

Steve Wonders
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This is so sad I hope I can do something about it.

brandon soules
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The minimal role of child labor in the United States today is one of the more remarkable changes in the social and economic life of the nation over the last two centuries. In America, child labor was not a subject of controversy.Children under the age of 16 should not be working in factories and should be payed a bigger amount of money and be treated right

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