Today we will be addressing a serious topic child labour.
Considerable differences exist between the many kinds of work children do.
Some are difficult and demanding others are more hazardous and even morally reprehensible,
Children carry out a very wide range of work and activities. but not all work should be defined as child labour. Children/adolescents participation in work that does not affect their and personal development or interfere with their schooling is generally regarded as being something positive this includes activities such as helping their parents around the house assisting in a family business or earning pocket money outside school hours and during school holidays these kinds of activities contribute to the children’s development and to the welfare of their families they provide them with skills and experience and help to prepare them prepare to be productive members of society during their adult life the term child labour is often defined as work that deprives them of their childhood and potential their dignity and that is harmful to physical and mental development it refers to work that is mentally physically morley dangerous to children interferes with their schooling depriving them of the opportunity to go to school obliging them to leave school prematurely requiring them to do heavy lifting excessively long hours combine school in the most extreme forms of child labour involves being seperated from there families exposed to hazards and illness or left to fend for themselves on the street at very large cities often at a very early age whether or not particular forms of work can be called child labour depends on the child’s age the type of work and the hours