9 Child labour: Child labour involves the engagement of children in work that is exploitative, hazardous, or detrimental to their physical, mental, social, or educational development. It often deprives children of their right to education, leisure, and a safe environment.

Child labour can lead to negative consequences, including interrupted schooling, increased vulnerability to exploitation, health risks, and perpetuation of the cycle of poverty. International organizations, governments, and NGOs work to eliminate child labour through policy development, legal frameworks, and social programs that prioritize education, protection, and the overall well-being of children.


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