Child Labour Child Labor in the PhilippinesExploitation of child workers continues in the Philippines due to the inefficiency of the policies to protect child labor. All people were born with rights.
Children are people too; so, children also have rights. These rights are violated through child labor. Child labor is defined as, ?the employment of a child in a business or industry especially in violation of state or federal statutes prohibiting the employment of children under a specified age.? Obviously, it has become a rigid social problem the world over, specifically in third world countries such as the Philippines where child labor is widespread.
I will be tackling the cases of child laborers, specifically in the city and in provinces of the Philippines. And as for it being one of the social problems existing in the country and worldwide. The essay focuses on this; it is a known fact that the disadvantages outnumber the advantages of child labor.
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