Effects Of Child Labour

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Child Labor under international standards means all work performed by a person under the age of 15. Moreover, child labor is similar to slavery, such as the sale or trafficking of children, debt bondage and serfdom, or forced or compulsory labor, including forced or compulsory recruitment of children for use in armed conflict. In these years, child labor has become one of the international concerns. According to the International Labor Organization, “Child Labor is present in some forms on all continents, in almost all countries, and in every kind of economy.” However, under strict law, the global number of children in child labor has reduced. Based on International Labor Organization Report, it has declined sharply by approximately 31.7% since…show more content…
There are main four stages of the human life cycle, which is infancy, childhood, adolescence and adulthood. Among of these, the most important stage is childhood because it is an important time for bone development. A healthy structure of bones will be built by adopting healthy nutritional and lifestyle habits in childhood, is important to help prevent osteoporosis and fractures later in life. During childhood and adolescence, much more bone is deposited than withdrawn as the skeleton grows in both size and density. Hence, sufficient nutrients and moderate exercises provide a good condition for strengthen child’s skeleton and bone formation as well. Child labor whose parents are poor and unable to give as much as nutrients that is needed for a child, does not have appropriate growth. They might send to work in either factories or building construction sites. In factories, they are forced to sit for a whole day for working. Lack of moderate sketching exercises like walking about 15 minutes for a day, might make them has problem of humpbacked. In addition, they are forced to carry heavy construction materials such as bricks and sand in building construction sites. It is a very tough work for a man moreover for a child. Furthermore, accidents are common happened while carrying those heavy construction materials. For example, in Bangladesh, a young boy named Karim…show more content…
In general, mental health is a level of psychological well-being, or an absence of mental illness. Children involved has a stressful life as they are always strained by working pressure. The worker header supervises them to work harder in order to achieve excellent productivity goal. It shows that the factory owner is selfish as they thought that the profit they gained is more important, regardless of whether the child can afford tiredness and stress. Furthermore, safety of workplace is not well-considered. Child labor is forced to work under non-air-conditioner room. Besides, for building construction sites, it is the worst working environment. For instant, most of them do not have shelter and thus workers work under hot condition. Moreover, it is dangerous. Child involved might face the social problem as they just do repetition step on those non-biological thing. They will less communicate with others and then they not confident communicate with others. Lack of communication skills makes them use violent to settle the argument, not using rational thinking. Consequently, growing under the poor and stressful environment causes them have poor communication skills and more serious case, they might have mental problem like
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