This design represents the impact child labour has on a child’s entire life. It not only robs them of a childhood it also impacts their education and future development. It demonstrates that child labour creates a viscous cycle, if a child is not educated they struggle to gain employment in a fair work environment, it robs them of the ability to build a career or learn a trade. It also means they can not help educate their own children who often continue the cycle by also turning to work at a young age. I think it also visually demonstrates that all children should be in school, not at work, something many western cultures could not even comprehend.This poster belong to
We all have the right to work without discrimination or exploitation of our gender, age, nationality or physical condition.
We all have the right to work for a wage that is fair reward for our labour and that will enable us to support ourselves and our families.
The right to work protects us from child labour, gender and age discrimination and exploitation in all its forms. It entitles us all to the same opportunities, benefits and protection from exploitation or malpractice.