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World Day Against Child Labour 2022: Date, Purpose and importance

World Day Against Child Labour is observed every year on June 12. The day was established by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in 2002. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the problem of child labour and to promote action to address it.

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World Day Against Child Labour 2022: Every year, on June 12, the World Day Against Child Labour is observed. The day aims to raise awareness and advocate for the elimination of child labour. It also highlights the rights of every child to be protected from exploitation and to have access to quality education.

Child labour is a global problem that needs to be addressed. According to the International Labour Organization, there are 152 million children around the world who are involved in child labour. This is unacceptable and we must do something to change this.

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On this World Day Against Child Labour, let us pledge to do our part in ending child labour and ensuring that every child has a bright future ahead of them.

This international day was launched by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in 2002.

World Day Against Child Labour Dates

Year Date Day
2022 June 12 Sunday
2023 June 12 Monday
2024 June 12 Wednesday
2025 June 12 Thursday
2026 June 12 Friday

What is World Day Against Child Labour?

World Day Against Child Labour 2022 is observed every year on June 12. The day was established by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in 2002. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the problem of child labour and to promote action to address it.

Child labour is a major problem in many parts of the world. According to the ILO, there are about 168 million children aged 5-17 who are involved in child labour worldwide. That represents about one in ten children around the world. Child labour often results in children being deprived of their childhood, as well as their education and health. It can also lead to dangerous and unhealthy working conditions.

The ILO estimates that eliminating child labour would increase global GDP by about $3 trillion by 2030. Therefore, addressing the issue of child labour is not only morally right, but it makes economic sense as well.

On World Day Against Child Labour, people all over the world come together to call for an end to child labour. Governments, businesses, civil society organizations, and individuals all have a role to play in addressing this problem. Together, we can make a difference for the millions of children who are affected by child labour every day.

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The History of World Day Against Child Labour

Child labour has been a problem throughout history. In the past, children as young as five or six years old were often put to work in factories or mines. They worked long hours for little pay and there were no laws to protect them from exploitation.

In the early 1900s, activists began to speak out against child labour. They argued that it was cruel and exploitative, and that it prevented children from getting an education. In 1902, the International Labour Organization (ILO) was founded. The ILO is a United Nations agency that works to protect workers’ rights and improve working conditions.

In 1999, the ILO adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child. This convention sets out the minimum age for employment and establishes other standards to protect children from exploitation.

In 2002, the ILO launched the World Day Against Child Labour. This day is observed every year on June 12th. It is a day to raise awareness of the problem of child labour and to call for action to end it.

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The Purpose of World Day Against Child Labour

1. The Purpose of World Day Against Child Labour
The World Day Against Child Labour is an annual event that draws attention to the problem of child labour and the efforts being made to eliminate it. The day was first observed in 2002, and has been held on June 12th every year since.

The day is meant to bring attention to the millions of children around the world who are forced to work in dangerous and exploitative conditions. It is also a day to celebrate the progress that has been made in recent years in the fight against child labour.

In many countries, child labour is now illegal. This means that employers who use child labour can be prosecuted and fined. Unfortunately, there are still many places in the world where child labour is rampant.

There are various reasons why children are forced into labour. In some cases, their families are simply too poor to support them and they have no other choice. In other cases, children may be kidnapped or sold into slavery. Sometimes, children are forced to work in dangerous conditions, such as in mines or factories.

Child labour is a serious problem that needs to be addressed. The World Day Against Child Labour is one way of bringing attention to this important issue.

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Activities for World Day Against Child Labour

On World Day Against Child Labour, there are many activities that people can participate in to raise awareness about this important issue.

One way to get involved is to participate in a march or rally. There are often marches and rallies organized on this day in cities around the world. This is a great way to show your support for the cause and to raise awareness about child labour.

Another way to get involved is to donate to organizations that work to combat child labour. There are many charities that work to rescue children from forced labour and help them get an education. Your donation can make a big difference in the lives of these children.

You can also raise awareness about child labour by talking to your friends and family about the issue. Many people are not aware of the problem of child labour and by talking to them about it, you can help to educate them. You can also share information about child labour on social media to help spread the word.

How You Can Help Stop Child Labour

There are many ways that you can help stop child labour.

You can start by educating yourself about the issue. Learn about the conditions that children are forced to work in and the reasons why they are made to work. This will help you to be more aware of the issue and to understand how your actions can make a difference.

You can also talk to others about child labour. Spread awareness of the issue and let people know what they can do to help. You can also support organisations that are working to end child labour. By donating or volunteering, you can help them to continue their work.

Finally, you can make sure that you do not buy products that have been made by child labourers. Be aware of the companies that use child labour and make sure to avoid them. You can also campaign for these companies to change their practices. By taking action, you can help to end child labour.

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World Day Against Child Labour 2022: Conclusion

The World Day Against Child Labour is an important day to raise awareness of the problem of child labour and to call for its abolition. In 2022, the World Day Against Child Labour will be held on June 12. We urge everyone to participate in this important day and help spread the word about child labour and its consequences. Every child deserves a childhood free from exploitation and hard work. Let’s make sure that all children can enjoy their right to a childhood!

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