Child Labor created by Jordy Roman

(Picture is from Children's Bureau Centennial)

Child Labor is a serious topic discussed by countries all over the world. Child Labor is the use of children; replacing the jobs of many people, that are old enough to work.

By: PublicDomainArchive

Causes for Child Labor

  • Not enough adults working
  • Children want to earn money
  • Their family didn't have enough money to afford to care for them

(Video credited to The National Labor Committee)


  • Children are forced to work 14 hours a day in factories
  • Children are working in poor working conditions
  • Children aren't getting an education
  • Violates the law
  • Labor brings threats that are physical and mental


  • Working in coal mines without necessary equipment
  • Children working in coal mines can consume hazardous fumes

Places where child Labor occurs

  • Gold in Colombia
  • Charcoal in Brazil and El Salvador
  • Chrome in Zimbabwe
  • Diamonds in Cote d’Ivoire
  • Emeralds in Colombia
  • Coal in Mongolia


Created with images by Children's Bureau Centennial - "LC-DIG-nclc-01823 Mixed Gender Child Labor 1910" • PublicDomainArchive - "child labor historic people"

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