Every year, World Day Against Child Labour is organized by the International Labour Organization.
World Day Against Child Labour History
World Day against Child Labour was first time celebrated in 2002. The main reason for this day is to increase awareness against child Labour in the world. This day brings together the world to aware people about the disadvantages of child labour and the basic rights of children. Millions of Children are involved in working for 8 to 10 hour in a day and not obtaining a basic education.
World Day Against Child Labour Date
The World Day Against Child Labour has been celebrated every year on 12 June. The day brings awareness to people against Child Labour. Children belong to nay nationality, cast, and religions must have the right to obtain basic education for their better future. It’s our responsibility to make a bright future for the next generation.
World Day Against Child Labour Theme 2020
Every year International Labour Organization selected a unique and attractive theme to celebrate World Day Against Child Labour. In 2020, ILO has decided to focus on the impacts of the crisis on child labour. Due to the Corona Virus, children are more affected in all over the world and we should take steps to resolve the problems of poor children all over the globe. According to a survey in all world almost 152 million children are doing labour work to complete their basic needs of life.