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The Lost Innocence: A Perspective on Child Labour

 
Nadeem Mohsin (Author)
Synopsis This books is one among several others written on the subject of child labour in India. However, the perspective of this book is much wider. It incorporates initiatives at the macro level in the context of India and also discusses concerns at the international level. The chapter on Social Clause tries to highlight the concerns and initiatives on child labour in India and its impact on world trade agreement. The issue of counting and accounting of child labour has also been very analytically discussed. Two very important chapters added to the book are on girl child domestics and child trafficking, the latter being incorporated in ILO Convention 182 as the worst forms of child labour. The chapter on girl child domestics is an empirical study conducted by the author. It also provides recommendations for these children who are in the invisible category and do not get support from any governmental intervention. The chapter on child trafficking gives an overview of the existing situation, the policies and programmes of the government and the strategies that need to be adopted in order to curb child trafficking. The book would be very useful for all those working in the area of child labour and would be a ready reference for NGOs, Government and international agencies supporting programmes on child labour.
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About the author

Nadeem Mohsin

Dr. Nadeem Mohsin was an Associate Professor of Economics at A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies, Patna before he joined as Project Director, V.V. Giri National Labour Institute, Noida in 1996. His interest in the area of child labour dates back to 1987 when he participated in an international conference on child labour in Norway. Thereafter, he has been pursuing this area of research and has participated in several international conferences in USA, UK and Europe. Dr. Mohsin has written more than two dozen papers on the issue of child labour, published in reputed journals and magazines in the country. He was also commissioned by UNESCO, Paris to write a paper on Street Children in South Asia in 1992 and to prepare a paper on child labour in India for Canadian International Development Agency, New Delhi in 1996. Dr. Mohsin worked at V.V. Giri National Labour Institute till May 1998. Thereafter, he joined Prayas, an NGO working for the care, protection and rehabilitation of neglected street children in Delhi as its Executive Director, a post on which he is still continuing. The combination of research and grassroots experience has helped Dr. Johsinj in understanding the issue of child labour in its proper perspective. Dr. Mohsin has also attained expertise in the area of training pertaining to issues related to children. He also participated in a training programme on Capacity Building organised by Japan International Coordination Agency (JICA) in Hiroshima, Tokyo, Okayama and Osaka in Nov.-Dec., 1999. Dr. Mohsin is being regularly invited as resource person in various training programmes organised in the country.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Lost Innocence: A Perspective on Child Labour
Author Nadeem Mohsin
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8171696848
length xv+155p., Tables; Graphs; Bibliography; Index; 23 cm.