This young Hazara boy was photographed in Kabul, Afghanistan. This child is one of hundreds of millions of children in the world who work in factories, fields, mines, and quarries.by Steve McCurry Correlati Comments comments
The government to India ratified the convention in December 1992 but with the solitary rider in the relation to article 32 due to wide spread poverty and illiteracy which are some of the reason beyond its control.
THE ANGELS IN HELL series of photographer GMB Akash, who captured striking and powerful images denouncing child labor in Bangladesh. Some shocking photographs that leave you speachless, revealing the harsh working conditions of children, sent in factories
Children of the Dust. Lugging bricks, inhaling clay dust, India& untouchable boys trade their health for pittance in primitive brickyards. With no future besides work, they are victims of a society too poor to enforce child labour laws. by Eric Valli