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Saga of Agony and Sh...
Saga of Agony and ShameChild Labour and Child Abuse in India and the SAARC Countries by: M.S. Bhattacharya
This book offers a comprehensive account of child labour and child abuse in almost the entire South Asia. The state of child labour in the neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka vis-a-vis India, and possible remedies to the problem form part of this study.
Year Of Publication: 2007
Pages : ix, 115
Language : English
Binding : Hardcover
Publisher: Decent Books
Size: 23 cm.
In this book Dr M.S. Bhattacharya offers nothing less than a comprehensive account of child labour and child abuse in almost the entire South Asia. It began with the days of the Raj when newly set-up industries and plantations started employing children on a large scale to augment production which continued for a long time until trade union movements and resultant labour legislations restricted the employment of children in the factories and plantations. The state of child labour in the neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka vis-a-vis India, the economy of child labour, its socio-cultural roots, the treatment of children in the ancient world and possible remedies to the problem form part of this study. Further, in this book child abuse and juvenile delinquency, two inseparably linked phenomena have been discussed with a rare sense of aptness. This intensely directed study has mapped, perhaps for the first time, the problems of child labour, child abuse and juvenile delinquency with absorbing details.
1.Child Labour in Colonial India
Movements Against Child Labour and Labour Legislation in Colonial India
2.The Forms of Child Labour and the Plight of the Child Workers in South Asia
Bonded Labour and Traffic in Children
The Urchins and the Casual Workers
Economy of Child Labour
Other Forms of Child Labour
The Domestic Helps
3.Child Aubuse in India and the SAARC Countries
4.Children in Conflict with the Law