Child labour in India: a health and human rights perspective

  title={Child labour in India: a health and human rights perspective},
  author={Davuluri Venkateswarlu and Jennifer Kasper and Rahel Mathews and Chen Reis and Vincent Iacopino and Paul H Wise},
  journal={The Lancet},
Child Labour in Human Rights Perspective: Case Study of Child Scavengers of Urban Areas of Lahore
A conceptual framework of the Rights of Children is designed from the United Nations’ Charter, Declaration of Human Rights, Covenants and laws regarding childrens rights to assess the violations of rights of the child scavengers.
Violence against Children: A Challenge for Public Health in Pakistan
  • A. Hyder, F. Malik
  • Political Science
    Journal of health, population, and nutrition
  • 2007
The findings suggest that the confluence of macro risk factors, such as poverty, poor legal protections, illiteracy, large family size, and unemployment, create an enabling environment for violence against children in Pakistan.
Violence against children has been recognized as public health problem by World Health Organization (WHO). The eighth Millennium Development Goals (MGDs) set by the special session of United Nations
Child Labor and Acute Pesticide Poisoning in Nicaragua: Failure to Comply with Children's Rights
Abstract Since 1995, Nicaragua has adopted several legal instruments to comply with children's rights, including international conventions and a minimum working age of 14 years. However, records from
South Asian Print Media and Children Rights Discourse: A Critical Analysis of Pakistan – India Press
Children rights are highlighted by various authors, columnist and media persons from time to time. The purpose of this study is to identify the imperative issues of children in South Asia especially
Urban Inequities; Urban Rights: A Conceptual Analysis and Review of Impacts on Children, and Policies to Address Them
Evidence on the meaning of urban inequality and inequity for urban children and young people is examined, and the controversial policies of targeting “vulnerable” young people, and policies to achieve the urban MDGs are looked at.
A Review of Child Sexual Abuse in Pakistan Based on Data from “Sahil” Organization
Child sexual abuse (CSA) is an unrevealed but an alarming issue in every civilized society. This paper examines the reported incidents of child sexual abuse in Pakistan. Its primary goal is to assess
Children’s rights in India : parents’ and teachers’ attitudes, knowledge and perceptions
Individuals’ attitudes influence their behaviour towards children, including whether children’s rights and welfare are promoted. The attitudes generally present in a society shape a culture of how