Exploring the Processes and Consequences of Child Labour in Building Resilience of the Extreme Poor: The Genealogy of Child Labour in Northern Districts of Bangladesh. Shiree Working Paper No. 25

Abstract

This paper discusses from the cultural perspective: why the children of extreme poor households on the embankments engage in labour; what are the consequences and what options are available for them to become skilled with a view to improving economic support to their current family and be able to find a way out of intergenerational poverty.

Citation

Miah, M.A.H.; Reza, M.I. Exploring the Processes and Consequences of Child Labour in Building Resilience of the Extreme Poor: The Genealogy of Child Labour in Northern Districts of Bangladesh. Shiree Working Paper No. 25. Shiree, Dhaka, Bangladesh (2014) 30 pp.

Exploring the Processes and Consequences of Child Labour in Building Resilience of the Extreme Poor: The Genealogy of Child Labour in Northern Districts of Bangladesh. Shiree Working Paper No. 25

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