The International Labor Union began observing June 12 as "World Child Labor prohibition Day" in 2002.

The International Labor Organization's (ILO) mission is to eliminate child labour by raising action and public awareness.

What is child labor?

"Work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential, their right to an education, and their dignity, and which is harmful to their bodily and mental health" is what is meant by child labour.

Around 152 million children between the ages of 5 and 17 worked as  child labor, according to the United Nations.

Universal Social Protection to End Child Labour is the theme for World Day Against Child Labor in 2022.

In order to increase public awareness of child labour in all its forms, the World Day Against Child Labor is observed.

The child labour (prohibition and regulation) Act intends to end all forms of child abuse in the workplace and

The involvement of minors under the age of 14 in any type of hazardous employment is prohibited.

Stop child labour, defend children's rights, educate and assist them.

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