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The Challenges of Eliminating Hazardous Child Labour in Africa

Every minute of every day, a child labourer somewhere in the world suffers a work-related accident, illness or psychological trauma. Susan Gunn, Senior Technical Advisor on Hazardous Child Labour, ILO, explains the challenges, the prospects and best practices in Africa on World Day Against Child Labour 2011.

Audio | 12 June 2011

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Tags: child labour, hazardous work, Africa

Regions and countries covered: Africa

Unit responsible: Department of Communication (DCOMM)

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