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Child labour in cacao production By Jose Damian Perezgonzalez [ed]
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PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D [ed] (2010). Child labour in cacao production. Journal of Knowledge Advancement & Integration (ISSN 1177-4576), 2011, pages 1-4. Keywords: Child labour, Cacao production.... More > [See more at http://WikiofScience.wikidot.com]< Less
CHILD LABOUR Exploitation and Abuse By Dr. R. K. Bharti
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"The ChiId is the father of man", with due apologies to poet William Wordsworth, these words could well be the silent scream of the working child in India, But no matter how plaintive the... More > cry or how strong the urge to let out, the fact remains that there is little likelihood, for the millions of working children in the country, escaping the bondage of hard, unremitting labour in the near future. It has been pointed out in the Report of the Committee on Child Labour. (1962) that "child labour is not a new phenomenon to our age. It has existed in one form or another in all historical times".< Less
Essay Child Labour By Amora Tempos
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Downloading this PDF file, you can go directly to the website that offers custom writing of academic papers like essays, dissertations, term papers, etc. Skilled and competent writers will cope with... More > any college assignment in the best possible way.< Less
Essays On Child Labour By Amora Tempos
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Downloading this PDF file, you can go directly to the website that offers custom writing of academic papers like essays, dissertations, term papers, etc. Skilled and competent writers will cope with... More > any college assignment in the best possible way.< Less
The Child of South Africa’s Labour Reserve By Ben Molapo
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By BEN MOLAPO. Written as a record of his life, Makotoko Bernard Molapo's book recounts his touchy upbringing and the oral stories of his grandfather Mohatonyane. He records the story of a community... More > and of a nation that has, since the discovery of diamonds in 1870s in Kimberley and gold in Witwatersrand area, been systematically transformed into a labour reserve for the South African mining industry. Bernard laments this as a history of the cost of human lives that the industry had to incur to operationally sustain itself. The blacks accounted for most of the deaths, watering the wealth of the captains of the SA mining industry for generations. Unlike the holocaust story where there was reparation for wrongs committed against the human race, people from SA labour reserve areas just take this as a defining feature of their own community survival. The subordination of the poor to the interests of the super rich has received dead silence.< Less
CHILD LABOUR: AN ISSUE OF SOCIAL AWARENESS AS HUMAN RIGHTS By Purvi Shastri
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this is a book which explore the ratio of child labour and the awareness of society towards child labour
Child Labour and Education In Belize: Causes, Effects and Implications By Ruth Sherratt
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An analysis of the evidence on child labour and education in Belize, exploring the impact on the country’s economic development via Human Capital Theory, and on its Human Development via the... More > Capability Approach. The implications for education and development policy in Belize and recommendations for further research are then discussed.< Less
The Life, Times & Labours of Robert Owen By Lloyd Jones
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Born in 1771, in Newtown, Wales, Robert Owen moved to Manchester and became a highly successful capitalist. Appalled by the divisions industrial capitalism wrought on society and children in... More > particular, he fought for legislation to improve the health, education and rights of working people, and strived to put his own ideas into practice. He encountered much opposition, not least from the Church of England. However he influenced many social reformers. Frederick Engels was a friendly critic and great admirer. On the occasion of Owen’s death he played tribute to him as the first man “to place socialism on a practical basis.” Today the Co-operative Movement embraces one-billion members world-wide. Its tremendous success, especially in the form of workers’ co-operatives, remains a testament to his foresight, as well as providing living proof there are viable and more efficient alternatives to global capitalism.< Less
The Life,Times & Labours of Robert Owen By Lloyd Jones
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Born in 1771, in Newtown, Wales, Robert Owen moved to Manchester and became a highly successful capitalist. Appalled by the divisions industrial capitalism wrought on society and children in... More > particular, he fought for legislation to improve the health, education, and rights of working people, and strived to put his own ideas into practice. He encountered much opposition, not least from the Church of England. However he influenced many social reformers. Frederick Engels was a friendly critic and great admirer. On the occasion of Owen’s death he played tribute to him as the first man “to place socialism on a practical basis.” Above all Owen inspired the founders of the modern International Co-operative Movement, which now embraces one-billion members world-wide. Its tremendous success, especially in the form of workers’ co-operatives, remains a living testament to his foresight, as well as providing living proof there are viable and more efficient alternatives to global capitalism.< Less
Outcome of Labour Following Active Management in Primigravida By Jayashree & Ratikant Swamy
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Labour is an important event with unique experience, exclusively in a women’s life which gives her the greatest satisfaction by delivering her child “The wonder creation of master... More > craftsman”. It has long been appreciated that labour itself can have an adverse effect on the fetus. Normal fetuses whose mother has no medical or obstetric complications are capable of undergoing the normal stress of labour and delivery without serious squeal. However even a normal fetus whose mother undergoes an extremely prolonged or difficult labour or whose delivery is inappropriately managed may succumb to these stress and be depressed, damaged or even die. The physiologic process of labour can have varying effects on the fetus, depending on the initial fetal status when labour begins. These effects can range from minimal to very significant. With each uterine contraction, there is a decrease in or actual stoppage of intervillous blood flow, which may result in fetal hypoxia.< Less