Discussion in 'Politics & Society' started by kickok1975, Mar 11, 2011.
Where they live?
Life is smoke
And Hard work
It's been that for generations
The earth is full of treasure
Villages and Cities are depend on it
Should next generation do the same thing?
Child labour is a reality. BUT, many of the pictures shown are phony, to say the least.
Well, we give our clothes for ironing to a woman. She does the ironing. But the clothes are collected and delivered by children. One boy is only 8 years old. I have seen him growing since he was a crawler. He delivers the ironed clothes, maybe 5 or 10 kg. Sure the child is tired. He walks about 100 m and climbs to my FF flat. Definitely a hard labour. I did not press him into labour. What can I do? Not much. But I do give a piece of sweet or an orange or an apple etc. Am I guilty of inducing him to bring our load of clothes or am I helping him a bit? Maybe both.
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