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Anker, Richard; e.a. (ed.) (1998): Economics of Child Labour in Hazardous Industries of India. CORT, Baroda (211 pag). (UI-554-110) India; kinderarbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden; industrie, tapijt-; industrieën, diverse.
[ Studies on child labour has been mostly confined to its social aspects. Very little attention had been given to the understanding of the economics of industries which hire substantial number of child labourers and the role played by child labourers in these industries. The papers in this book address this issue. They present the findings of studies based on child labour in carpet, glass, diamond, gem, mosaic, chips and limestone industries. ]

Bhargava, Pramila H. (2003): The Elimination of Child Labour: Whose Responsibility? - A Practical Workbook. Sage Publications, New Delhi (193 pag). (UI-554-222) India; kinderarbeid; onderwijs & educatie; Andhra Pradesh; kinderen.
[ This book reports a successful programme to tackle the social evil of child labour which was implemented by the author in a rural area of Andhra Pradesh. Without going into the pros and cons of child labour, the book is premised on the belief that it should be eliminated and emphasises that the only way this can be achieved is through education. ]

Coursen-Neff, Zama (2003): Small Change: Bonded Child Labor in India's Silk Industry. Human Rights Watch, New York (85 pag). (UI-554-132) India; kinderarbeid; kinderen; arbeidsomstandigheden; gebonden arbeid; industrie, weef-/garen- .
[ At every stage of India's silk industry, hundreds of thousands of children work as bonded labourers, twelve or more hours a day, seven days a week. They do not go to school and are often beaten by their employers. The Indian government knows about these children and has a mandate to free them. Instead, for reasons of apathy, caste bias, and corruption, many government officials deny that they exist at all. ]

Dorren, Gaston (1998): Rugmark: Uw tapijt zonder kinderarbeid. Novib, Den Haag (28 pag). (UI-554-093) India; kinderarbeid; industrie, tapijt-; kinderen; onderwijs & educatie; handel, alternatieve.
[ Deze brochure gaat over tapijten die zonder kinderarbeid worden gemaakt. Daaruit blijkt hoe een initiatief in India kan uitgroeien tot een daadwerkelijke bijdrage aan de strijd tegen kinderarbeid. De brochure vertelt hoe de consument daaraan mee kan doen en legt uit wat het Rugmark keurmerk inhoudt, hoe het wordt gecontroleerd en waarom het zinvol is bij de aankoop van een tapijt te letten op dat keurmerk. ]

Durai, Jayanti (1999?): Helping Business to Help Stop Child Labour: Comments on How Company Codes of Conduct, 'Child Labour Free' Labels and the Social Clause ..... Anti-Slavery International, London (57 pag). (UI-554-134) India; kinderarbeid; kinderen; arbeidsomstandigheden; arbeid; gedragscodes; verantwoord ondernemen; industrie, tapijt- .
[ How meaningful are codes of conduct? This report takes a look at one particular aspect: how companies engaging in international trade can try to prevent the unacceptable commercial exploitation of children. While looking at the efforts which companies have taken to curtail other unacceptable forms of exploitation, it concentrates on the issue of child labour. It is this issue which has received special attention from some of the multinational retailing giants, such as Reebok. ]

Groenink, Evelien; Holtwijk, Ineke; Straaten, Floris van (1998): Slotenmakers en gangstermeisjes: Kinderarbeid wereldwijd. Jan Mets/Novib/NCOS, Amsterdam/Den Haag/Br. (280 pag). (UI-554-116) India; kinderarbeid; kinderen; arbeidsomstandigheden.
[ Kinderarbeid is een bijna universeel verschijnsel. In het arme Zuiden zijn de wantoestanden het meest wijdverbreid. Alleen al in India wordt het aantal kind-arbeiders geschat op tussen de twintig en vijftig miljoen. Dit boek brengt het verschijnsel in kaart en laat ons kennismaken met de kinderen achter deze schrikbarende abstractie. De drie auteurs belichten in reportages uit Zuid-Afrika, Brazilie en India de omstandigheden waaronder kinderen dagelijks de kost proberen te verdienen. ]

Haspels, Nelien; Jankanish, Michele (ed.) (2000): Action against child labour. International Labour Office, Geneva (334 pag). (UI-554-112) kinderarbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden; Derde Wereld algemeen; kinderen.
[ This book is a response to the need for comprehensive and practical information on planning and carrying out action against child labour. The book addresses the strategies, instruments, methodologies and information necessary to plan and carry out effective action. It also highlights particular kinds of exploitation, such as child slavery, and suggests strategies for preventing and eliminating them. ]

Hensman, Rohini (2001): The Impact of Globalisation on Employment in India and Responses from the Formal and Informal Sectors. IIAS, Amsterdam (30 pag). (UI-575-022) India; werkgelegenheidsprog's, algemeen; werkgelegenheid, algemeen; economische toestand; economische ontwikkeling; informele arbeid.
[ Two claims about the impact of globalisation have been made in India. One, made by the corporate lobby, is that globalisation requires the dilution of existing labour standards and, a forteriori, strong resistance to any strengthening of workers' rights, since these are an obstacle to competitiveness in the global economy as well as to attracting foreign investment. The other, made by left parties and trade unions, is that globalisation is driving the dilution of labour standards. ]

Jha, Krishna (2000): Migrant Labour in Punjab. AITUC, New Delhi (56 pag). (UI-562-010) India; migratie, arbeids-; arbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden; Punjab; Bihar; migratie.
[ An ILO/AITUC project conducted by NM Joshi Centre for Labour Research and Education. This study reveals the conditions of Bihari migrant labour, both in industry and agriculture in Punjab. Their income, living conditions, the difference between their earning and the earning of Punjab workers for the same job and an important aspect, their position and the position of their families in their home villages. ]

Jhabvala, Renana; Subrahmanya, R.K.A. (ed.) (2000): The Unorganised Sector: Work Security and Social Protection. Sage Publications, New Delhi (191 pag). (UI-551-013) India; informele sector; sociale zekerheid; vrouwenarbeid; moeder- en kindzorg; ouderen/-zorg ; basisgezondheidszorg.
[ This book presents various options for providing social security to the unorganised sector. Contents: The unorganised sector and social security; Emerging trends in social security; Strategies for protective social security; Existing social security measures; An Indian model for workers in the unorganised sector; Organising insurance for women workers; Innovations in primary health care; Maternity and child care services; Mobile creches; Indian widows; The age of ageing; .... ]

Joseph, M.P. (ed.) (1997): IPEC in India (1992-95): Looking Back. ILO/IPEC, New Delhi (67 pag). (UI-554-120) India; kinderarbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden.
[ Documentation of the work that ILO-IPEC has done in India in the period 1992 to 1995. Focus on child labour. ]

Kundu, Amitabh; Sharma, Alakh N. (ed.) (2001): Informal Sector in India: Perspectives and Policies. Institute for Human Development, New Delhi (440 pag). (UI-551-015) India; informele arbeid; arbeid; werkgelegenheid, algemeen; arbeidsloon; globalisering; slums; toerisme & economie; industrie, weef-/garen-; sociale zekerheid.
[ The ongoing globalisation of the Indian economy in the 90s is widely believed to have corrected certain macro-economic distortions. But it resulted in serious problems in the social field including slow growth of employment. The emergence of the informal sector has often been viewed as providing a solution to a few of these problems by ensuring sustainability of livelihood for a large section of the population, particularly the poor. ]

Man, Frans de (1999?): Commerciele seksuele uitbuiting van kinderen: Een wereldwijd probleem. ECPAT-NL, Nijmegen (40 pag). (UI-554-509) Derde Wereld algemeen; kinderarbeid; prostitutie/Devdasi-meisjes; kinderen; toerisme, vormen van -.
[ De bestrijding van de commerciele seksuele uitbuiting van jongeren onder de achttien staat pas sinds kort op de internationale agenda en dus nog in de kinderschoenen. Kinderprostitutie, kinderporno en aanverwante problemen zoals kindersekstoerisme en kinderhandel, veroorzaken in Noord, Zuid, Oost en West veel kinderleed. In deze brochure wordt een beeld gegeven van wat er kan en moet gebeuren, zowel in Nederland als op internationaal niveau. ]

Man, Frans de; Ritsma, Nanda (1999): De reisindustrie in de strijd tegen kinderprostitutie. ECPAT-NL, Nijmegen (38 pag). (UI-554-510) Derde Wereld algemeen; kinderarbeid; prostitutie/Devdasi-meisjes; kinderen; toerisme, vormen van -.
[ Kindersekstoerisme, oftewel de seksuele uitbuiting van kinderen door toeristen en reizigers, komt al heel lang voor. Sinds een aantal jaren werken overheden, actiegroepen en de reisindustrie samen om deze schending van de rechten van kinderen te bestrijden, ieder vanuit de eigen verantwoordelijkheid. In deze brochure wordt allereerst aandacht besteed aan de aard en omvang van kinderprostitutie in toerisme. Deel twee gaat in op de bestrijding ervan. In de bijlagen o.a. informatie over de wetgeving rond dit onderwerp. ]

McKechnie, Jim; Hobbs, Sandy (ed.) (1998): Working Children: Reconsidering the debates. Int. Working Group on Child Lab., Bangalore (86 pag). (UI-554-104) India; kinderarbeid; kinderen.
[ Report of the International Working Group on Child Labour (IWGCL). The objectives of the IWGCL are: to influence and inform government policies, to share knowledge of the experience of working children around the world, to encourage the participation of grass roots activists, and to ensure that the voices of working children themselves were heard in debates about this issue. ]

Mishra, Lakshmidhar (2000): Child Labour in India. Oxford University Press, New Delhi (360 pag). (UI-554-111) India; kinderarbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden; onderwijs & educatie; industrie, beedi-/tabak-; industrie, tapijt-; beleid overheid; NGO's algemeen; pers; wetgeving.
[ This book analyses the oppressive reality of Indian labouring children and provides perhaps the fullest macro-perspective on the nature and scale of the problem, as well as what this problems means in human and economic terms. The author critically examines constitutional and legal provisions on the subject, the national policy and programme of action, international instruments and recent international initiatives, and the role of NGOs, trade unions, central employers' organizations, and the media. ]

NN (2001): Protecting Children from Trafficking and Sexual Abuse: Initiatives in India. Government of India, New Delhi (23 pag). (UI-554-512) India; kinderprostitutie; kinderen; beleid overheid .
[ The National Plan of Acion to combat Trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, presented by the Government of India. ]

NN (2000): Your Voice At Work: Global report under the Follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. ILO, Geneva (88 pag). (UI-565-041) vakbonden; arbeidsomstandigheden; recht op werk.
[ This report underscores the crucial role of freedom of association and the effective right to collective bargaining in achieving decent work for all in today's globalizing world. It outlines the challenges and opportunities that accelerated structural and technological change has brought in its wake and examines trends in relation to the respect shown for these principles and rights around the globe. ]

NN (??): Ratification list of international labour conventions (by country). ILO, Geneva (53 pag). (NI-565-001) vakbonden; arbeidsomstandigheden.
[ Ratification list of international labour conventions (by country). ]

NN (1998): Showing the Way: Trade Unions against Child Labour in India. ILO, New Delhi (23 pag). (UI-554-098) India; kinderarbeid; vakbonden; HMS; AITUC.
[ A compilation of a few of the many initiatives taken by different trade unions and their members to combat child labour in India. [INTUC, CITU, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS), AITUC, Hind Mazdoor Sabha (HMS)] ]

NN (2000): Big Business, Small Hands: Responsible Approaches to Child Labour. Save the Children, London (88 pag). (pr-554-072) India; kinderarbeid; handel, internationaal.
[ Child labour in supply chains is now seen as one of the biggest risks to a company's reputation. This guide outlines a genuinely ethical approach to child labour. This approach is based on the key principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child 1989. This publication answers common questions to which business people are seeking answers, and suggests measures that a socially responsible company and its suppliers can take to address child labour. ]

NN (1999): Ending the Worst Forms of Child Labour: A Guide to Action. Global March Against Child Lab., New Delhi (65 pag). (UI-554-107) India; kinderarbeid; slavernij; kinderen; arbeid.
[ A guide to action against the worst forms of child labour. Contents: Convention 182 and Recommendation 190; A user's guide to the Convention; Checking on governments; Ideas for action; Global March. ]

NN (1999): First European Meeting of the Main Partners in the Fight against Child Sex Tourism. European Commission - DG XXIII, Brussels (213 pag). (UI-554-508) prostitutie/Devdasi-meisjes; kinderen; kinderarbeid; toerisme, vormen van -.
[ At the end of November 1998, the "First European Meeting of the Main Partners in the Fight against Child Sex Tourism" was held in Brussels. This document contains the contributions of the various participants at this meeting. They describe the situation after two years of work on combating child sex tourism and provide a basis for reflection on how to pursue further action. ]

NN (1998): By the Sweat and Toil of Children (Volume V): Efforts to Eliminate Child Labor. U.S. Department of Labor, Washington (230 pag). (UI-554-113) kinderarbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden; kinderen; India; Nepal; Pakistan; Bangladesh; onderwijs, basis- ; onderwijs & educatie.
[ This report reviews the child labour situation in 16 countries (India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, ...) where child labour has been identified as a problem and the level and types of action being undertaken to reduce child exploitation in those countries. ]

NN (2000): Labour & Development, Vol. 6, No. 1 & 2, December 2000. V.V. Giri National Labour Inst., Noida (187 pag). (UI-554-114) India; arbeid; kinderarbeid; vrouwenarbeid; industrie, tapijt-; werkgelegenheid, algemeen.
[ Articles on different subjects: HIV/AIDS and Its Prevention in the World of Work: Setting out an Agenda for Evolving Viable Intervention Strategies; Education and Child Labour: Some Insights from the Carpet Belt; Prospects and Policies for the Elimination of Child Labour; Bargaining Power, Wages and Employment; Women and Work in Urban India: A Socio-economic Analysis; Agency Systems in Overseas Labour Recruitment Practices in India; ... ]

NN (2000): Labour 1999. Information and Feature Trust, New Delhi (160 pag). (UI-579-008) India; arbeid; industrie, textiel-/confectie-; landarbeiders; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs, universitair; vakbonden; wetgeving; informatietechnologie; pers; vrouwenarbeid; transport/vervoer.
[ Special issue of "Labour File". Part I offers a review of the year 1999 from the perspective of labour. It looks at the policies if the government, the practices of entrepreneurs, and the responses and struggles of workers. Part II looks back to the 20th century, through the eyes of veteran trade union leaders. ]

NN (1998): Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment of Disabled Persons. International Labour Office, Geneva (115 pag). (UI-579-009) arbeid; werkgelegenheid, algemeen; gehandicapten.
[ Report III (Part 1B) of the International Labour Conference, 86th Session 1998, on Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment of Disabled Persons. ]

NN (1998): Child Health and Child Labour: From Information to Intervention. Het Spinhuis, Amsterdam (63 pag). (UI-554-118) kinderarbeid; kinderen; gezondheid.
[ This book is the result and elaboration of a two-day international seminar held in Amsterdam on 24 and 25 October 1997. A group of international experts engaged in discussions about the health of working children. Hazardous child labour and exploitation of young children call for immediate intervention because of their threat to the physical and psychosocial well-being and development of these children. New ways of intervention and regulation are pointed out. ]

Naidu, D.P.A. (ed.) (1999): Contract Labour in South Asia. ILO-ACTRAV, Geneva (246 pag). (UI-575-020) arbeid; Azië; werkgelegenheid, algemeen; India; Sri Lanka; Pakistan; thee: industriebedrijven ; industrie, textiel-/confectie-; bouwnijverheid.
[ Papers presented at the Asia-Pacific Regional Seminar for Trade Union Organisations on Contract Labour, held in New Delhi, from 21-25 April 1997. This seminar discussed the issues concerning the problems of contract labourers in Asia-Pacific regions. ]

Oonk, Gerard (2000): The Dark Side of Football: Child and adult labour in India's football industry and the role of FIFA. India Committee of the Netherlands, Utrecht (52 pag). (UI-554-100) India; industrie, voetbal/sportgoederen; kinderarbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden; Punjab.
[ This report takes a close look at child labour and working conditions in the sports goods industry in Punjab, India. It also describes and discusses the various initiatives taken (inter)nationally to tackle these issues. In India the initiatives of SACCS and the Sports Goods Foundation of India (SGFI) are among the most prominent. Internationally the World Federation of Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI), FIFA and its licensing organization ISL, the ICFTU as well as the major sports goods companies play an important role. ]

Ovaa, Sofie (2003): Stop Child Labour, School is the Best Place to Work. Den Haag (35 pag). (UI-554-226) kinderarbeid; kinderen; onderwijs & educatie; beleid overheid; Nederland; India.
[ The main objective of this paper has been to formulate policy recommendations for the Dutch government in order to promote the creation of a coherent policy on the elimination of child labour linked to full-time quality education.
Master thesis for the post Graduate Programme on Advanced Development Studies, University of Nijmegen.
Background document for the 'School is the Best Place to Work' campaign, Hivos (Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries). ]

Pal, R.M. (ed.) (1999): Child Labour and Compulsory Basic Education. Indian Social Institute, New Delhi (99 pag). (UI-554-221) India; kinderarbeid; onderwijs, basis-; onderwijs & educatie; grondwet; wetgeving.
[ Proceedings of a seminar organised by the Indian Social Institute, held on 12 April, 1997 in Delhi. Child labour can never be eliminated without implementing the provision of Article 45 of the constitution, that is, free compulsory basic education to children up to the age of fourteen. There are a number of organisations in India which are concerned with the question of child labour but hardly any which lays stress on the implementation of Article 45. This book highlights this aspect. ]

Rairikar, B.R. (1999): Social Security for Homebased Women Workers (Mumbai City and Suburbs). Ambekar Institute for Labour St., Mumbai (118 pag). (UI-569-005) India; thuiswerk; vrouwenarbeid; sociale zekerheid; informele sector; Bombay; arbeidsomstandigheden.
[ Study on social security for homebased women workers in the Bombay region. ]

Ramachandran, Nira; Massun, Lionel (ed.) (2002): Coming to Grips with Rural Child Work: A Food Security Approach. Inst. for Human Development/UN, New Delhi (468 pag). (UI-554-122) India; kinderarbeid; kinderen; voedselproblematiek; meisjes; thuiswerk; onderwijs & educatie; voedingsvraagstukken; platteland; honger/-probleem; alfabetisering.
[ This book is the outcome of the IHD-WFP Workshop on 'Food Insecurity and Child Work', held in Delhi in March 2001. Poverty, seasonal food distress and vulnerability to hunger due to recurrent natural calamities alter the lifestyles and coping mechanisms of affected families with adverse consequences on the freedom and the education of their children. However, the availability of timely support in the form of food can become the turning point of the decision to enrol the child in school. ]

Schlemmer, Bernard (ed.) (2000): The Exploited Child. Zed Books, London/New York (338 pag). (UI-554-137) India; kinderarbeid; Derde Wereld algemeen; arbeidsomstandigheden; kinderen; onderwijs & educatie; familiestructuur; familie; huishouding; meisjes; armoede; arbeidsloon .
[ Investigation by sociologists, anthropologists and economists of the concepts and public policies surrounding the topic of child labour. Contents: The economic and social context of child labour; Child labour in the current economic system; Child labour in society; The structure and dynamics of exploitation; The domination of fathers as the typical social relationship; From socialization through work to exploitation for a profit. ]

Storm, Servaas (2000): Globalisation, Employment and Social Security. ICSSR/WOTRO, New Delhi/Den Haag (13 pag). (UI-569-007) werkgelegenheid, algemeen; sociale zekerheid; arbeid; Derde Wereld algemeen; economische ontwikkeling ; economische politiek, internat..
[ Globalisation is the topic of the day. Policymakers, academics, social groups and market participants in developing and developed countries alike all sense that the commercial and financial integration of national economies and the development of international markets have gone further than ever before. This paper highlights the crucial questions concerning the (economic) impact of globalisation on welfare, employment, and social security in poor and rich countries. ]

Sundaram, Dr. S.K.G. (1998): Macro-Economic Analysis for Trade Unions. Maniben Kara Institute, Mumbai (45 pag). (UI-565-036) India; vakbonden; economische politiek, internat.; economische politiek, nationaal; economie: theorieën/stromingen; overheidsfinanciën; handel, internationaal.
[ If trade unions can be provided with the basic knowledge of macro-economic analysis, they will be in a better position to grasp the implications of the new economic policy and will help them face the challenges more effectively. The best way of doing so should be through some education programmes specially designed for this purpose. This booklet streamlines such education programmes, and prepares guidelines for the coordinators who would be conducting them. ]

Swamy, Dr. Subramanian (2000): India's Labour Standards and the WTO Framework. Konark Publishers Pvt Ltd, Delhi (223 pag). (UI-561-024) India; arbeidsomstandigheden; arbeid; kinderarbeid; grondwet; GATT.
[ This book is a new analysis of the issues before India in the Labour Standards-trade linkage debate, and of Social Clause in the WTO-monitored new GATT (1994). 182 Conventions and 190 Recommendations adopted by the ILO which constitute Labour Standards, have been thoroughly examined by the author to trace the impact that these are likely to have on the Indian economy and exports if adherence to these ILO Conventions and the Recommendations are made mandatory under the WTO disciplines. ]

Tajgman, David; Curtis, Karen (2000): Freedom of association: A user's guide - Standards, principles and procedures of the International Labour Organization. ILO, Geneva (83 pag). (UI-565-040) vakbonden.
[ This guide sets out information on ILO principles and standards in respect of freedom of association. Its target audience is the constituents of the ILO - governments, and employers' and workers' organizations. ]

Venkata Ratnam, C.S.; Sinha, Pravin (ed.) (2000): Trade union challenges at the beginning of the 21st century. Indian Industrial Relations Ass., New Delhi (270 pag). (UI-565-030) vakbonden; NGO's algemeen; India; Azië; arbeidsloon; arbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden; liberalisering.
[ This book provides diverse perspectives on trade union challenges at the beginning of the 21st century. It addresses the need for redefining industrial relations and brings out the conflict between collective bargaining and worker's participation. It also explains the role of international trade union secretariats, the relations between NGOs and trade unions, the problem of enforcing minimum wage laws and trade union perspectives on disinvestment. The text has the liberalisation of Indian economy as its backdrop. ]

Venkata Ratnam, C.S.; Naidu, D.P.A. (1999): Industrial Relations and Collective Bargaining in South Asia: Trade Union Perspective. ILO, Geneva/New Delhi (120 pag). (UI-560-002) India; arbeidsverhoudingen; arbeid; vakbonden; Bangladesh; Nepal; Sri Lanka; Pakistan.
[ South Asia has a large informal sector and low level of unionisation. Wages and working conditions of a mere 3 per cent of the workforce are determined through collective bargaining. Efforts to attract investment in export processing zones are accompanied by either explicit or implicit restrictions on unionisation and collective bargaining. This book presents brief analyses of the industrial relations and collective bargaining situation in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, from a trade union perspective. ]

Venkata Ratnam, C.S.; Naidu, D.P.A. (ed.) (1999): Industrial Relations and Collective Bargaining: Training Manual for Trade Union Leaders. ILO, New Delhi (207 pag). (UI-565-033) vakbonden.
[ Training manual for trade union leaders. ]

Venkateswarlu, Davuluri (2001): Seeds of Bondage: Female Child Bonded Labour in Hybrid Cottonseed Production in Andhra Pradesh. Business & Community Foundation, New Delhi (55 pag). (UI-554-126) India; kinderarbeid; kinderen; meisjes; gebonden arbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden; arbeid; Andhra Pradesh; zaden; gewassen, textiel-.
[ The introduction of hybrid cottonseeds in the early 70s brought significant changes in the quantity and quality of cotton production in India. There was a rise in productivity and quality, and more employment in the sector. But it also gave rise to a new system of employing female children as 'bonded labourers' and their large-scale exploitation. This report is a study on the working conditions of these children in several mandals in Andhra Pradesh. ]

Voll, Klaus (ed.) (1999): Against Child Labour: Indian and International Dimensions and Strategies. Mosaic Books / TMT, New Delhi (360 pag). (UI-554-096) India; kinderarbeid; kinderen; arbeid; arbeidsomstandigheden; industrie, tapijt-; gezondheid; thuiswerk; NGO's, Indiase.
[ This volume, through contributions from renowned social reformers and experts, constitutes a veritable compendium of information on child labour and analyses of its multiple facets, and the practical steps involved in its abolition. It will be of interest and utility in developing countries sharing India's problems and, in fact, also in industrially advanced countries to enable them to adopt trade and aid policies vis-a-vis developing countries that will best serve the objective of promoting fair trade and abolition of child labour. ]



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