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The World Day Against Child Labour

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The World Day Against Child Labour, also known as WDACL, is a holiday sanctioned by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and is a day in which the plight of child laborers is highlighted with the hopes of one day being able to end all forms of child labor that may exist in the world today. All over the world, child labor is running rampant. Not only in the developing countries of the world but also in many industrialized nations. So many, in fact, that it was estimated that there are 215 million child laborers in the world and half of them are engaged in extremely hazardous work.

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