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Child Labour (In 2 Volumes)

Gopal Bhargava (Author)
Synopsis The economic exploitation of children has always been a area of concern in the world over. The number of working children is increasing form year to year. Some reasons are economic situation of their family, lack of employment opportunities for the adult member, and the preference of the employers to hire children to save on production costs. Today, a large number of both industrialised and developing countries have adopted child labour legislation that, on the whole is progressive and reasonably close to international standards. This book gives an overview of the nature and extent of the nature and extent of the problem of child labour and the consequences for the victims. It highlights initiatives that are yielding encouraging results in preventing this scourge, as well as in rescuing and rehabilitating bounded children. It suggests ways to expand and accelerate these initiatives by linking them more directly with national programmes and international mechanics specifically designed to combat child labour.
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About the author

Gopal Bhargava

Gopal Bhargava, a prolific writer and author of several books, is a senior official in Town and Country Planning Organization, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. First educated at Mayo College Ajmer, and a Post-graduate in Economics from Lucknow University, he is a regular contributor to leading newspapers and academic journals. So far, he has published a good number of papers and articles on various issues, concerning urban development, which is his forte.

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Title Child Labour (In 2 Volumes)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178352001
length viii+336p.; xiv+622p., Tables; Figures; 23cm.