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Panel discussion on child labor issue at 2010 NCA convention in Dana Point, CA

Child labor presentation at 2010 NCA convention in Dana Point, CA

Panel discussion on Child Labor at the 2010 NCA Annual Convention in Dana Point. Topics included the legal and cultural aspects of child labor and a review of some of the programs being implemented to try to eradicate child labor at origin. Moderated by Nestor Osorio, Executive Director ICO

Child labor presentation at the 2010 NCA Annual Convention in Dana Point highlighting the child labor issue in Uganda and the possible solutions to eliminating it.

This presentation is part of the session titled: " Child Labor – Panel Discussion" at the 2010 NCA Annual Convention in Dana Point. These slides discuss the child labor issue in Guatemala and what is being done to eradicate child labor there.

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