Child labor : a review

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Grootaert, Christiaan; Kanbur, Ravi;
  • Subject: Children and Youth,Labor Policies,Street Children,Environmental Economics&Policies,Public Health Promotion,Health Economics&Finance,Street Children,Youth and Governance,Children and Youth,Environmental Economics&Policies

On September 30, 1990, the first World Summit for Children promised to reduce child mortality and malnutrition. It set targets to be reached by the year 2000. Although it established no explicit goals on child labor, the targets included basic education for all children... View more
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    B. A. Oloko. 1991. "Children's work in urban Nigeria: A case study of young Lagos street traders." Chapter 1 in Myers (ed.), 1991.

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