To begin with, forcing children to work starts a vicious cycle that will affect future generations. “According to UNICEF, there are an estimated 158 million children aged 5 to 14 engaged in child labor worldwide.” Because children are forced to work, they will miss out on getting educated and that will result in them not getting jobs in the future. This will only cause more poverty and lead them to force their own children to work. It is a never ending cycle. Unfortunately, because families are living in poverty, some have no choice but to force their children to work.
The overwhelming majority of children forced to sell their bodies on the street are girls. Young boys face hardship and abuse as well, but they often fend for themselves to survive. The girls, on the other hand, inevitably fall victim to pimps and organized trafficking networks. (Sher, pg. V) Domestic sex trafficking is the vile new innovative business model used in the sex industry to promote prostitution.
Each day they face the harsh conditions and possible punishment from their employers. But the horrific possibilities do not end there; the risk of being sexually harassed and sexually abused lingers around every corner for these young innocent children. It is hard for people in countries to see the terrible events that go on because we are simply not there to witness it. The saddest part about all of this is that the children in these sweatshops lose their hope and dreams for common folks to have whatever they want, whenever they want. Check the tag in your shirt, the play toy your child gets at McDonalds, even that iPad that you bought for 600 dollars.
Women in the northeast are treated as second-class citizens, fathers see their daughters as a profit (“World Cup”). Girls come from extreme poverty and a tradition of disrespect for women (“Tackling Child Prostitution”). Children are also subject to being put into the sex trade so parents can receive a profit off of their children. Some parents even put their own children in the trade because they are so desperate and need the money (“Tackling Child Prostitution”). These children will use the $25-50 they earn to buy clothes and food for themselves and their families (“Sex Tourists: Brazil”).
They were beaten regularly, verbally abused, and worst of all chained to their looms by the carpet factory owner. If that wasn’t enough the poor clueless children were cheated into working insane hours and were paid twenty cents a day, and that’s only if they make a certain amount of product. If that wasn’t awful enough, the children had to pay for their own food. Leaving the children to starve and pay off their debt sooner, or slave for more money so they can eat a meal of rice. After eight years of being over worked and beaten Iqbal ran away from his master, to the police, after learning child labour was illegal, Iqbal went back to his owner’s factory with police reinforcements.
Child labor Most of the human beings experienced the sentiment of being exploited many times in their lives; so, how are children supposed to feel after being abused throughout their childhood? Child labor is described as the act that deprives teenagers of their childhood, potential or dignity, and is dangerous to their physical and intellectual development such as forced labor that interferes with their schooling, work that makes them depart school in early age and humiliation which is mentally and socially unsafe. This act also damages their family ties because of their permanent absence of home. Over all the developing countries, children work to earn living for their families. They get a little cash which is very insufficient to help the children families or the children themselves to lead a
Child labor, an illegal course of action that increases work rate, production, and most of all, profit. This method of mass-production began in the early years of the Industrial Revolution. A big cause of child labor was the big business owners needed people to work in their factories; they chose children because of their relatively low level of education, lack of knowledge of their human rights, and accepted low pay. The employers should have a responsibility to tell the children their rights, what they’re doing, and what they’re getting for it. The worst area in the world for child labor is in third world countries, because the children are dropping out of school so they can get some money so they don’t starve to death.
Being abused in anyway whether it be sexual abuse or physical hitting abuse is horrible and there is too much of it in today's society. Dependable people would try to help stop these horrible people abusing children. The sexual branch of human trafficking is probably the worst. Often, it is when children under the age of 18 get sold to do sexual things with their new owner. Imagine your parents selling you one day to some man or woman you don't even know, and they take you are rape you.
Unthoughtful murders, unwanted diseases, terminal illness, separation of families and a total loss of the minds are all the things that children of rebel groups encounter every day. Many people say they are against it and want it to stop, but verbally speaking against using children for soldiers is just not enough. Jospeh Kony is only one man there are hundreds of other terrible rebel leaders all over the world who are using children as soldiers and sex slaves who need to be brought to justice and punished. Innocent children are kidnapped from their childhood lives and are made to do awful things against their wills. We, as a people need to all come together and help to save the children and rescue them from the hands of Joseph Kony and other rebel leaders.
Kids are being used as slaves to work many days of the week. Physical punishment is used as a way of getting them to work harder or faster. They lose their right to Education, Protection from Abuse and Neglect, Survival and the right from exploitation. The rights of women, the rights of children, and having the right to be protected are all being violated in India, these all illustrate rights violations in India and sadly India is not able to protect its citizens, particularly women. The interest of the different aspects of human rights in India is long overdue.