'Don't give a child a tool to earn': On World Day Against Child Labour, netizens take to Twitter to raise awareness
World Day Against Child Labour, celebrated annually on 12 June is an initiative launched by International Labour Organisation (ILO) to raise awareness about the plight of child labourers worldwide.
World Day Against Child Labour 2019: Experts rue lack of govt response to concerns over 'family enterprises' clause in Indian law
World Day Against Child Labour 2019: In India, 12 percent of all children are engaged in some form of child labour, according to a 2017 UNICEF report.
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The World Day Against Child Labour, introduced by the International Labour Organisation in 2002, is observed every year on 12 June to raise awareness about the plight of child labourers worldwide.
The Gangadhar river, which originates in Bhutan, flows for 33 km in Dhubri and is responsible for massive floods, especially causing huge destruction in the Golakganj revenue circle of the district.
The number of child labour cases in the country has gone down from 1.26 crore in 2001 to 43.53 lakh in 2011, Lok Sabha was informed on Monday.
Poor reporting and rehabilitation will mean that even if the ban is made more stringent won't really reduce child labour.