Child slavery has a long and controversial history, and it’s one of the most complex forms of child labour.
Child slavery is defined as the exploitation of children under the age of 15, which is often done in situations of forced labour.
It is often used to protect the child from abuse.
There are three primary forms of slavery: child labour, child prostitution and child sexual exploitation.
Child prostitution and trafficking are considered the most prevalent forms of human trafficking.
Child labour and child sex exploitation are also common forms of trafficking.
They occur when children are employed in factories, factories, or mines, where the wages are not sufficient to support them, and are subject to extreme conditions and harsh working conditions.
There is a need for child protection programmes and education programmes for the protection of children in all sectors, said a statement issued by the Indian government.
The Child Welfare League of India (CWLI) said it is committed to implementing Child Protection and Protection of Children Act, 2014, as well as implementing the UN Convention against Transnational Organised Crime (CATOC).CWLH chairperson and founder Sanjay Dhar said child protection and child protection education should be integrated into all the child protection efforts.
“We need to focus on the prevention of child trafficking.
We have to educate children on how to protect themselves, and also give them the right to decide how they want to live their lives.
Children need education and guidance on how they can live their own lives,” he said.
In 2016, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution that sets out how countries should protect children from child trafficking and trafficking.
In addition, the United Nations Child Fund (UNICEF) has been working with countries and states on prevention of trafficking and exploitation.
The CWLI also announced a plan to launch a special child safety project in the city of Mumbai.
It would focus on promoting safe spaces, including for youth who are sexually abused, by ensuring safe and dignified spaces, and providing appropriate safety equipment, food and shelter.
The project is currently being developed by the city’s NGO, Nandini Shanti.