child labour

N. แรงงานเด็ก Syn: [child labor]
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n. แรงงานเด็ก

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  • child labour — UK / US noun [uncountable] business the employment of children, especially children who are legally too young to work We should stop buying goods made by child labour …   English dictionary

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  • Child Labour Programme of Action (South Africa) — The Child Labour Programme of Action (or CLPA) is the national plan on elimination of child labour in South Africa. It was provisionally adopted by a large group of key stakeholders in September 2003. These stakeholders include key government… …   Wikipedia

  • Child labour in Pakistan — This article discusses the situation of child labour in Pakistan. Contents 1 Child Labor In Pakistan 2 Situation of Child Labor In Pakistan 3 Government Policies on Child Labour …   Wikipedia

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