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The problem of child labour is probably the single biggest obstacle to giving every child an education. The Internatoonal Labour Office estimates the number of children, aged 5 to 17, who are working as cheap labour to be around 250 million. Many of these children
come from impoverished rural families who have to employ every member to survive; others still work in dire situations of systematic exploitation in sweatshops and factories. Exposed to hazardous materials, working in servitude, many of these young labourers
die an early death.
Source: UNESCO. This display is designed so that students will understand how child labour is a consequence of economic decisions which some families are forced to make.
Set of 12 laminated A3 panels. Total area 168 x 90 cm
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