Heavy lifting is a way of life in Nepal. But the 250,000 workers -- many of them children -- manning the Himalayan country’s brick kilns suffer on a different level, toiling in terrible conditions and earning less than one cent…
By PBS NewsHour
Child labor often spikes following natural disasters. Nepal wants to break that mold and help kids like Dorje Lama.
By Michael Holtz, Christian Science Monitor
SANTA MILAGROSA, Philippines -- Brian Mullaton is 13 years old and makes his living by diving into deep, muddy holes.
By Richard C. Paddock
A child works in a gold mine in Burkina Faso. Crackdowns by corporations and activists against child labor have reduced the number of working children by 78 million since 2000, according to an International Labour Organization report Monday. ILO…
Organization Fights to Unravel India's Widespread Child Labor Abuses…
By Ellen Rolfes
In Burkina Faso, gold production has more than doubled in recent years. Though child labor is against the law in the West African nation, the economics and the nature of mining make labor law enforcement extremely difficult.
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