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Kuban Authorities Will Help the Children Who Want to Work
29.10.2013 15:15
Kuban Authorities Will Help the Children Who Want to Work

A special group monitoring the implementation of labor laws in the employment of minors will be created in Krasnodar. Its activity in turn will be supervised by the regional Department of Labor and Employment, as the press service of the regional administration reports. "This decision was taken as a result of the today`s work of the Trilateral Commission. It was chaired by the Deputy Chief of Administration Galina Zolina and was dedicated to the regulation of social and labor relations” - the press–service said. The issue of the use of child labor by employers has been widely discussed. They spoke about the cases when teenagers get paid peanuts after a whole summer of work, if not remain unpaid. Galina Zolina stressed the fact that it was necessary to fight with such situations and deal with each specific case.

      In Russia, the phenomenon of Child Labour is relatively recent. The huge social changes and the economic crisis make it harder for parents to monitor school attendance of their children and to provide them with adequate leisure activities. Parents are not aware of the harmful effects that child labour has on the healthy development of children. Working conditions for tens of thousands of Russian children include night work, open air work in winter, work exposing children to illness, physical strain when lifting heavy objects, work with inappropriate or insufficient protection and with danger of violence by adults.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Kuban Child Labour    

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