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I'm reviewing my chapter.
Would abolishing child labour be effective or not?-developed world+developing world

Yes, abolishing child labour would be an effective strategy to improve the lives of children because then so many deaths wouldn't occur, and families wouldn't get shattered if something bad occured. Children shouldn't be working and handling such big pressure at a young age. Children should be going to school and recieving education, they should only start working until they reach the age of 14 or so.

more notes would be helpful, thanks

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    Some exceptions should probably be made for allowing maybe 12-year-olds to work an hour or two a day to help the family.

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    developed world+developing world?

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    I need to make a paragraph from this, and it has to be 15-16 sentences minimum. What else can I add in this to make it that long?

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    In the developing world, children often must help the family just keep food on the table.

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    sorry I mean 10-15+

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    If you can't find enough in your textbook, check some of these sites.

    http://www.google.com/search?source=ig&hl=en&rlz=1G1GGLQ_ENUS355&q=child+labour

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    Would abolishing child labour be effective or not?-developed world+developing world

    For this question:
    I have to mention specific countries that are developing and that have developed. I have to contrast the 2. I know that Canada is a developed country and I think India is beginning to develop, more information would be appreciated, thanks

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    Please take a half hour or so to read some of the sites I posted. That will help you answer those questions.

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    Yes, abolishing child labour would be an effective strategy to improve the lives of children because then so many deaths wouldn't occur, and families wouldn't get shattered if something bad occured. Children shouldn't be working and handling such big pressure at a young age. Child labour would only give lack of education and make way towards poverty. Reasons behind child labour are poverty, absence of social welfare scheme and easy access to loans, caste system, and lack of access to schools. In a developed world children don't have to manage hard work, they only have to help in homechores. They receive education by going to school and their good education will result in good job oppurtunities in future. In a developing world children don't have to begin working at such a young age but it depends on which country/government allows you to do so. It mainly all depends on your status. Some good developed and rich countries are Canada, Austrailia, and New Zealand. Some developing and poor contries are India and Egypt.

    Ms. Sue do you have something important I could add in this, I would like a bit more information, I already read through the links you gave me, I got information from them, but if you could post some information on this, then I would really appreciate that, thanks

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    You could use the example from Nike in one of the sites in the Google search. Also -- most African countries plus some of the southeastern Asian countries are still developing.

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    Yes, abolishing child labour would be an effective strategy to improve the lives of children because then so many deaths wouldn't occur, and families wouldn't get shattered if something bad occured. Children shouldn't be working and handling such big pressure at a young age. Child labour would only give lack of education and make way towards poverty. Reasons behind child labour are poverty, absence of social welfare scheme and easy access to loans, caste system, and lack of access to schools. In a developed world children don't have to manage hard work, they only have to help in homechores. They receive education by going to school and their good education will result in good job oppurtunities in future. In a developing world children don't have to begin working at such a young age but it depends on which country/government allows you to do so. It mainly all depends on your status. Some good developed and rich countries are Canada, Austrailia, and New Zealand. Some developing and poor contries are India and Egypt. Most African countries plus some of the southeastern Asian countries are still developing as well.

    Ms. Sue do I have to mention anything about how they are developing in my paragraph? do I need information on how they are doing,etc. please tell me if this looks good and what you would give this paragraph out of 12, thanks.

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    You've said enough and I don't think you need to tell how they're developing. You haven't developed anything about how the families will get food if the children can't work. The story with Nike is that when the western world boycotted their shoes, the fired the children. It was hoped they'd go to school, but most didn't because their parents couldn't afford to send them.

    I can't give you a mark because I don't know what grade you're in nor what your teacher's criteria are for this assignment.

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    thank you very much for all your help Ms. Sue, no one else could have helped me better, thanks

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