Child Labour

Millions of children in the world are forced to work. 

In some countries, labor laws are poorly enforced or inadequate, which makes it easier for employers to hire children and exploit their labor.

Child labor is prevalent in the fashion industry, which relies heavily on low-skilled workers. The global demand for cheap clothing has created a market for low-cost labor, which unscrupulous employers who are willing to employ children and pay them very low wages.

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Other sources: ILO; Freedom Fund