Inside the Home, Outside the Law: Abuse of Child Domestic Workers in Morocco [Arabic]

Summary: This report looks at child labor by girls under age eighteen who perform household tasks while living with their employers. It focuses on the treatment of girls under fifteen because according to the author girls in that age group are most vulnerable to abuse and least likely to have the emotional, cognitive, and social resources to remove themselves from an abusive situation. The report also examines the treatment of child domestic workers according to international law, as set forth in the CRC, the Worst Forms of Child Labour Convention, and other international human rights instruments. pdf:


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