List of References on Child Labor

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1916 - Child labor - 161 pages
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I WOULD like to invite the attention of the authorities concerned towards child labour in Pakistan. It is equally frustrating that child labour, considered to be one of the core issues of Pakistan, is being neglected by the government.
Hence, the rate of child labour has perked up to a large amount.
According to the national child labor survey, approximately 3.3 million children below 14 years are working as a labour in Pakistan. This includes both boys and girls — boys form 73 pc and the girls 27 pc of the child labour.
This scenario depicts how moderate Pakistani parents are letting their children to work as labourers in order to earn money and survive in this world.
As a result, the majority of children works overtime for Rs 50 to Rs100, which seems a matter of grave concern. What is required is that the government must take a step to solve this issue.
 

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Page 59 - In discussing the subject of compulsory education, it may be well to quote the following congressional act to prevent interstate commerce in the products of child labor, and for other purposes: Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled.
Page 84 - Report of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Hours and General Conditions of Employment of Female and Juvenile Labour in Factories and Shops, and the Effect on Such Employees.
Page 82 - Issued under the auspices of the Parliamentary committee of the Trades union congress, the Executive committee of the Labour party, the Fabian research department . . . London [etc.] Cooperative printing society limited [1916?!
Page 123 - Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer of the Board of Education for the Year 1931.
Page 9 - ELSEWHERE. Their place in the Educational System of an Industrial and Commercial State. By MICHAEL E. SADLER, MA, LL.D., Professor of the History and Administration of Education. Demy 8vo, pp.
Page 76 - His Majesty's principal secretary of state for the Home department, on the byelaws made on the 29th of January, 1910, by the London County council under the Employment, of children act, 1903.
Page 56 - an act to regulate the employment of children and to make uniform the laws relating thereto.
Page 70 - Lemire tendant supprimer le travail de nuit des enfants dans les usines feu continu, par M.
Page 109 - An act to prohibit and restrict children and young persons being taken out of the United Kingdom with a view to singing, playing, performing, or being exhibited, for profit.
Page 23 - Consumers' league of Philadelphia, the New Century club, the Civic club; Horticultural hall, Philadelphia, Dec. 8-15, 1906. [Philadelphia, pub. by the executive committee of the Industrial exhibit, 1906] 78 p.

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