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Child Labor in the Ivory Coast

Summary: Reports on child labor in the Ivory Coast, Africa. Contains statistics, specific case studies, very detailed information, and proposed solutions.
Both nationally and internationally, reports of child labor have grown to be a devastating problem. From the Ivory Coast, to Wal-Mart, the exploitation of children presents a clear and undeniable challenge to the global community of the United Nations. It is frightening to see that in an era of technology advancement, the exploitation of children is present all over the world. (4). The U.S. State Department's Human Rights report estimates that 15,000 child slaves, between the ages of nine and twelve alone, work in farms on the Ivory Coast (2). It is an obligation of the U.N. to provide legislation that will further improve and strengthen child labor laws. It is necessary to ensure economic justice for all workers including: minimum wage, overtime, and unemployment compensation, as well as health and medical legislation. The U.N. must work with campaign organizers to enforce the protection of the victims of...

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