Typical Country Patterns and Conclusions
Looking at the same country area after area may sometimes not enable one to see the forest for the trees. This section, therefore, highlights two of the illustration countries by pulling together their 2000–04 CRGs and implementation gaps across the four areas. Barbados and Guatemala are chosen because their data are easy to distinguish, but it could have been any other pair from another region. Although no two countries are alike, Figure 12.1 indicates a pattern that is quite common.
KeywordsChild Labour Indicator System Implementation Problem Direct Request Core Convention
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