THE REGULATION OF CHILD LABOR UNDER THE INTERNATIONAL LAW

ABSTRACT:

In the world, where the most populated countries, around two in ten children are engaged in child labour. The most observed reason behind it is Poverty and lack of schools. In a country, there are so many families which belongs to below poverty line and that is the only concern for which they push their children to work and earn for their family livelihood. Since there is no way of education for the children who are below poverty line, this major topic, so called “child Labour” has become Headline of every day’s newspaper. This article will give a decent knowledge about how the child labour is increasing in different sectors Internationally and how the international law is implementing laws to regulate child labor.

Authored by: Aman Verma, Bharati Vidyapeeth University.