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by UNICEF International Child Development Centre,Maria Cristina Salazar,Walter Alarcon Glasinovich,Walter Alarcon G.


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Salazar, María Cristina; Alarcón Glasinovich, Walter (1998)

Salazar, María Cristina; Alarcón Glasinovich, Walter (1998). Child Work and Education: Five case studies from Latin America, Innocenti PublicationsAshgate Publishing Limited; International Child Development Centre, Aldershot, Hampshire. Consequently, while a distinction needs to be made between 'formative child work' and 'harmful child work', in certain situations and cultures the phenomenon is not always seen as negative. These five case studies from Latin America (Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala and Peru) all reveal the effects of inappropriate school curricula. Innocenti Publications.

Child Work And Education book. UNICEF International Child Development Centre. by. Walter Alarcon G. (Contributor), UNICEF International Child Development Centre. Using case studies of five countries (Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala and Peru) this text provides a realistic analysis of the situation concerning child work in Latin America.

Moreover, in cases of severe economic hardship and forced or harmful labour, practical assistance with subsides and scholarships should be considered to remove children from such work. Child Work and Education in Latin America. WithMaría Cristina Salazar. Brazil: Children’s Strength is not in Their Work. WithIrene Rizzini, Irma Rizzini, Fernanda Rosa Borges. Child Labour and Basic Education in Colombia. WithCatalina Turbay, Elvia María Acuña.

Salazar, Maria Cristina and W. Alarcón Glasinovich, ed. 'Child work and Education: Five case studies from Latin America', Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot/UNICEF, Florence, 1998. The authors conclude that the preference for work over school derives in part from an underestimation of the value of schooling and that improving school quality will help combat child labour.

Using case studies of five countries (Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala and Peru) this text provides a realistic analysis of the situation concerning child work in Latin America. In particular it looks at the legal and political aspects relating to economic necessity.

Child work and education: Five case studies from Latin America. The study examines the child labour phenomenon in the Latin America and Caribbean region from a gender perspective. It represents part of a broader effort to improve understanding of how child labour differs by sex, and to ensure that policies relating to child labour adequately reflect these differences. Using information from SIMPOC and LSMS survey datasets from 12 LAC countries, the study looks at differences by sex in key dimensions of the child labour phenomenom - its extent, nature, and effect on health and education outcomes.

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Child Labor and Education in Latin America. Discussant: Walter Alarcón, International Consultant on Child Labor Issues, Peru. The Kellogg Institute hosted an academic workshop on The Changing Status of Children in Latin America: Issues in Child Health and Children’s Rights, 26–28 September 1997. As the countries of Latin America attempt to realize their political and economic aspirations, the impact of social, political, and economic change falls unevenly among countries and population cohorts. This workshop addressed the status of a particular, and particularly vulnerable, population cohort-the children of Latin America.

Child Work and Education in Latin America, in Child Work and Education: Five Case Studies from Latin America, ed. María Cristina Salazar and Walter Alarcón Glasinovich. UNICEF 1998) p. 1-20. The Inter-American Dialogue engages our network of global leaders to foster democratic governance, prosperity, and social equity in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Politics & Government
Author: UNICEF International Child Development Centre,Maria Cristina Salazar,Walter Alarcon Glasinovich,Walter Alarcon G.
ISBN: 1840149264
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd (January 1, 1999)
Pages: 168 pages