Research on child labor and its effect on health has been limited
“Child labor refers to work that impedes children’s access to education and is harmful to their physical, mental, moral, developmental, and social well-being” (Schmitz, Traver, Larson, & Pieris, 2004, p.
Child Labor and Child Abuse in Developing Countries
This success can be attributed to the favorable rulings of Guatemalan labor courts, the tenacity of the union’s members, international support and the cooperation of the transnational corporation of Coca-Cola, headquartered in the United States....
calls for the eradication of forced labor, human trafficking and child labor in all its forms by 2025.“Conscious capitalism recognizes that by working collaboratively, governments, businesses, workers, and civil society can do well by doing good,” says Perez.The “Worst Forms of Child Labor” report is required under the 2000 , and the List of Goods Produced by Child Labor or Forced Labor was first published in 2008, as mandated by the .