$type=slider$snippet=hide$cate=0$author=hide$comment=hide$date=hide$readmore=hide$show=home

$type=one$count=1$cate=0$author=hide$comment=hide$date=hide$readmore=show$show=home

$type=blogging$count=20$cate=0$author=hide$comment=hide$date=hide$readmore=show$show=home

$show=home

Rally organized to mark World Day against Child Labour

SHARE:

Kathmandu, June 12: A rally was organized here this morning on the occasion of the World Day against Child Labour.
The rally was organized by some 35 organizations including the Department of Labour, the Nepal Trade Union Federation, the Environment Conservation Committee, the Ward Level Child Protection Committees and the Baneshwar Child Protection Committee. Among others.
The main purpose of holding the rally was to raise and spread public awareness that children below 14 years of age should not be made to work as labourers, according to the organizers. The rally was organized under the slogan of Let's End Child Labour at Home.
The rally started from the Bhadrakali Temple and turned into a corner assembly upon reaching Basantapur. It passed through Sahid Gate, Sundhara and Naya Sadak before reaching Basantapur.
The participants of the rally carried placards with slogans like 'Give Me Education, Not Work', 'Let Us Free Children from Labour Exploitation', 'Let Us End Child Labour', and 'Let Us Socially Boycott Heinous Crime Like Keeping Child Labour', among others.
Inaugurating the rally, Chief Secretary Lilamani Poudyal called for banishing child labour at all places. 
The law forbids employing children below 14 years in any kind of work and those below 16 years in any kind of worse forms of labour and hazardous works.
The government has set the objective of abolishing child labour from the country until 2016 and all forms of child labour by 2020 in line with the commitment made by the international community in 2010. 
It is estimated that nearly 3.2 million children from five years to 15 years are working as labourers in the formal and informal sectors in Nepal. According to the Nepal Child Labour Report-2010, the number of child labourers in the country is 1.6 million and 621 thousand of them are involved in hazardous work. RSS

प्रतिक्रिया

Name

advice,1,article,10,blogger widget,3,business,42,crime,5,download,1,education,11,fashion,2,health,12,loadsheding,1,music,1,national,397,news,100,opinion,1,photo,3,poim,4,politics,52,sains,1,sport,9,world,139,
ltr
item
Jagran khabar: Rally organized to mark World Day against Child Labour
Rally organized to mark World Day against Child Labour
Jagran khabar
https://www.jagrankhabar.com/2013/06/rally-organized-to-mark-world-day.html
https://www.jagrankhabar.com/
https://www.jagrankhabar.com/
https://www.jagrankhabar.com/2013/06/rally-organized-to-mark-world-day.html
true
5930675955340323406
UTF-8
Loaded All Posts Not found any posts सबै हेर्नुहोस विस्तृतमा पढ्नुहोस Reply Cancel reply Delete By होमपेज PAGES POSTS सबै हेर्नुहोस उस्ता उस्तै खबर LABEL ARCHIVE खोज्नुहोस ALL POSTS Not found any post match with your request Back Home Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat January February March April May June July August September October November December Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec just now 1 minute ago $$1$$ minutes ago 1 hour ago $$1$$ hours ago Yesterday $$1$$ days ago $$1$$ weeks ago more than 5 weeks ago Followers Follow THIS PREMIUM CONTENT IS LOCKED STEP 1: Share to a social network STEP 2: Click the link on your social network Copy All Code Select All Code All codes were copied to your clipboard Can not copy the codes / texts, please press [CTRL]+[C] (or CMD+C with Mac) to copy Table of Content