Two independent monitoring organizations are and .

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Washington, DC–The Child Labor Coalition (CLC) today joins …

Most factories are monitored by inspectors who are paid by theindustry. Often, they'll call ahead to arrange a visit. This will give thefactory management time to make the place look nice, get rid of the childworkers and coach the workers about what to say.

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hazardous work – Eliminating Child Labor

Defenders of sweatshops often bring up the fact that eventhough sweatshops are bad, they at least give people jobs they wouldn't have hadotherwise. However, the type of jobs sweatshop workers receive are so bad thatthey rarely improve their economic situation.

Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor - …
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The International Labor Organization (ILO) has estimated that250 million children between the ages of five and fourteen work in developingcountries. 61% in Asia, 32% in Africa and 7% in Latin America. Many of thesechildren are forced to work. They are denied an education and a normalchildhood. Some are confined and beaten. Some are denied the right to leave theworkplace and go home to their families. Some are even abducted and forced towork.

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