Child Labour in South Asia

Summary: Jawaharial Nehru University, New Delhi
Children in work are an important dimension of the labour force in
South Asia. Even though most forms of child work are invisible, as
children take on a number of supplementary role within the household,
it is well known that a large number of child labourers are involved
in economic activities.
Owner: Indo-Dutch Programme on Alternatives in Development and Amsterdam Foundation for International Research on Working Children


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