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[PDF] U.S. Department of Labor's 2010 Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor

Author: US Dept. of Labor, Published on: 29 September 2011

This report contains information on the worst forms of child labor and efforts to eliminate this exploitation in 125 independent countries and a summary report on 19 nonindependent countries and territories...The report focuses exclusively on the worst forms of child labor...Each country profile begins with a paragraph that highlights the country’s most significant efforts to combat the worst forms of child labor, major gaps in its efforts and the most pressing problems facing the country with regard to worst forms of child labor. Where possible, we note the most common worst forms of child labor in the country and describe any case in which the government itself is involved in the use of worst forms of child labor.

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