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On the Line - Child Labori
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VOA News
November 29, 2012 7:17 PM
CHILD LABOR With the global economic downturn, the number of child laborers has gone down slightly over the last few years. But more than two-hundred-million children are still engaged in jobs that are either dangerous or that keep them from going to school and getting an education. What can be done to reduce child labor? GUEST Kevin Cassidy (in New York): United Nations International Labor Organization.

On the Line - Child Labor

VOA News

Published November 29, 2012

CHILD LABOR With the global economic downturn, the number of child laborers has gone down slightly over the last few years. But more than two-hundred-million children are still engaged in jobs that are either dangerous or that keep them from going to school and getting an education. What can be done to reduce child labor? GUEST Kevin Cassidy (in New York): United Nations International Labor Organization.


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