South American Countries

NCL Expresses Grave Concern about Bolivia’s Decision to Lower the Age of Work to Ten

Washington, DC—The National Consumers League (NCL), the nation’s oldest consumer advocacy

Jo Becker of Human Rights Watch: Putting 10-Year-olds to Work Doesn’t Solve Poverty

The Bolivian Congress passed a misguided bill last week that would allow children as young as 10 to

CLC Co-Chair Dr. Lorretta Johnson’s Plenary Speech at the Brazil Child Labor Conference

Dr. Johnson (far right) pictured here with CLC members Jackie Starr, Norma Flores Lopez, Judy

USDOL to Fund $9 Million Project for Child Labor Remediation in Colombia’s Mining Sector

News Release ILAB News Release: [05/20/2013] Contact Name: Gloria Della or Egan Reich Phone Number:

Conflict and Economic Downturn Cause Global Increase in Reported Child Labor Violations- 40% of Countries now rated ‘extreme risk’ by Maplecroft

Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and Philippines expose companies to high levels of supply chain

High Price of Gold is Child Slave Labor

JEANETTE PAVINI’S BUYER BEWARE [from MarketWatch] By Jeanette Pavini Award-winning broadcast

More than 1 million Children ages 10 to 14 still Forced by Poverty to work in Brazil

By Associated Press SAO PAULO — A newspaper says that despite the economic advances achieved by

U.S. to support Peru in fight against Child Labor

By Manuel Vigo [from] On Tuesday the U.S Department of Labor awarded a $13 million

New Law in Chile Targets Street Beggars

WRITTEN BY STEVE SHEA [The Santiago Times, Monday, Nov. 7, 2011] Parents who exploit children could