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Paper Title: The Intersection Of COVID-19 Pandemic On Child Labour And Education
Authors Name: Sriparna Mallick , Dr. Kartick Chandra Pramanik
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Published Paper Id: IJRTI2211069
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 11, November-2022
Abstract: Child labour is a serious hazard for lower socioeconomic and resourceful countries all over the world. Poverty, emergency condition, educational inequality, lack of social and moral security are forced children to involve in child labour situation. It is the barrier to the growth and development of child, and enjoyment of childhood experience. According to recent report, 160million children where 63million girls and 97million boys are estimated as child labour all over the world. In India, there are 10.1million working children between the ages of 5-14 years as per 2011 census report. Currently the COVID-19 pandemic crisis affects significantly on economic, social and work field. As per the report estimates 42-66million children are acknowledged in situation of poverty and 386million children are in the extreme poverty in 2019. Unfortunately poor families and their children are suffering badly which may push them into child labour. It is noted that 1% poverty rise is associated with 0.7% increase of child labour. The paper focuses on the issues of child labour and their education at the time of COVID-19 pandemic and after. ILO, UNICFF and different government and non-government agencies draw a framework to eradicate child labour through educational interventions.
Keywords: Child Labour, Education, COVID-19 Pandemic
Cite Article: "The Intersection Of COVID-19 Pandemic On Child Labour And Education", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.7, Issue 11, page no.483 - 486, November-2022, Available :
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