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Advancing the Campaign Against Child Labor:
Efforts at the Country Level

Advancing the Campaign Against Child Labor: Efforts at the Country Level
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Advancing the Campaign Against Child Labor: Efforts at the Country Level identifies 33 countries in which the problem is present and documents the laws, policies and programs adopted by those countries to combat abusive child labor. The countries profiled in the report reflect various levels of economic development and a wide range of efforts to address the problem of child labor.

The report also includes information on the economically active population, unemployment rates, education, and government expenditures on the military, health and education in each country. The bureau's International Child Labor Program collected data from a wide variety of sources, including the State Department, U.S. embassies and consulates, foreign governments, nongovernmental organizations and international agencies. In addition, bureau staff conducted field visits to many of the countries covered in the report.

Print version: 316 pages. 2002.

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