• Implementing Laws Against Child Labour: A Case Study of Pakistan. A Practical Approach Towards a Rising Issue

Lambert Academic Publishing
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(LL.B. from Peshawar University, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, PakistanLL.M. from The University of Liverpool, United KingdomCurrently I am employed as a Lecturer (Department of Law) by the University of Malakand, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan.)


Child Labour is always related to the violation of the basic rights of Children. However, every work carried out by children cannot be classified as child labour. This article highlights the basic International Norms related with the issue of Child Labour. The article aims to highlight the socio-economic issues responsible for the profusion of child labour in the society. A historical perspective is discussed and the current approach is highlighted, The impact of Child Labour laws within Pakistan is than Analyzed. The article gives a practical approach towards tackling the issue in the developing states, an example is taken of Pakistan.

MATERIAS: Pakistan, child labour, international human rights law