Child labor1 is a long-standing practice that continues in numerous cultures around the world. Although historically the practice has included both male and female children, the emphasis here is primarily on female child labor. Throughout its history the practice of employing female children has encompassed a wide geographical spread and has, arguably, consumed as many countries as the practices of female circumcision, infanticide, and prostitution together.
World Trade Organization Child Labor Female Child International Labour Organization Cultural Relativism
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