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AUTHOR(S)

María Cristina Salazar; Walter Alarcón Glasinovich
Better Schools, Less Child Work. Child Work and Education in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala and Peru
LANGUAGE:
English
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ABSTRACT

On the basis of detailed statistical surveys conducted in five Latin American countries, this essay demonstrates that actual practice in the region contrasts strongly with legal norms for the minimum age at which children can be employed and the age of completion of compulsory education. As well as increasing our understanding of the complex relationships between children, work and education, the original studies also drew up measures and definitions that have subsequently been widely adopted in the region. The essay provides a review of the main findings and proposes policy guidelines on child work.
SERIESInnocenti Essay
SERIES No. 7
DATE OF PUBLICATION1996
PAGES30