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The Best Resources For The World Day Against Child Labor

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'Manuel, the young shrimp-picker, five years old, and a mountain of child-labor oyster shells behind him. He worked last year. Understands not a word of English. Dunbar, Lopez, Dukate Company.  Location: Biloxi, Mississippi. (LOC)' photo (c) 1910, The Library of Congress - license: http://www.flickr.com/commons/usage/

It’s new to me, but since 2002 the International Labour Organization of the United Nations has recognized June 12th as The World Day Against Child Labor.

Here are my choices for The Best Resources For The World Day Against Child Labor:

The International Labor Organization has lots of resources, including videos.

Global day of action against child labor highlights plight of 215 million children is a photo gallery from MSNBC.

World Day Against Child Labor is from ABC News.

Education International has a number of classroom resources.

World Day Against Child Labor is a photo gallery from The Atlantic.

The photos that changed America’s child labor laws is from The Mail Online.

Over 10m children work as domestic labourers is from The BBC.

The World’s Working Children is a Wall Street Journal slideshow.

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Child labour falls by a third to 168 million, says ILO is from The Guardian.

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