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    Labor records a significant decline in the rate of child labor

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    Post by Rocky Sat 30 Dec 2023, 1:54 pm

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    The Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs confirmed, on Saturday, the application of educational and financial incentives to reduce child labor in Iraq, noting that it recorded a significant decrease and its work at the general rate encourages the closure of the file completely. While it touched on its most prominent steps in this field and the bodies that cooperate with it, it pointed out that combating child begging It represents a thorny issue that requires strict legal procedures.
    The ministry’s media advisor, Kazem Al-Atwani, said in a statement reported by the official news agency, and seen by Al-Iqtisad News, that “the Ministry of Labor has achieved, during the current year 2023, great and important steps towards addressing child labor, and the work will continue until this file is completed and completely closed.”
    He added, "The Ministry had a major role in reducing child labor significantly compared to previous years through its inspection committees and the measures it took. Despite the small number of these committees, they play a major role. During the past year, they were able to arrest more than 400 children in the labor market. Their presence is considered a violation of the law, and their families were included in the ministry’s services.”
    He continued, "The Ministry, through the Department of Labor and Vocational Training, obligated all employers who found children in their workplaces to write a written pledge to stop working with children, otherwise they would expose themselves to legal accountability."
    He stressed, “Article Seven of Labor Law No. 37 of 2015 obligated employers not to employ any child under the age of 12 and allowed those between the ages of 12 and 17 to practice work that is not arduous or dangerous.”
    Al-Atwani pointed out that “educational incentives were applied through the Department of Labor and Vocational Training at the Ministry of Labor and in cooperation with the Ministry of Education, where we worked to bring many children who dropped out of school due to work into accelerated education after it was noticed that they were in the difficult labor market that was not appropriate for their ages.” This was done during the school vacation, and they were awarded accredited academic certificates.”
    He pointed out that "the decision to apply represents an additional incentive and the launch of financial grants for pupils and students will contribute greatly to preventing young students from dropping out of their schools in order to work, and these measures have helped achieve a significant reduction in the child labor rate."
    He pointed out, “With regard to children’s begging, this is a thorny issue, and we began working on it in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior, and we achieved important goals. However, many of these children’s families refuse social protection salaries, and despite writing a pledge not to engage in begging for themselves or their children, they return to begging, and we need Stricter legal measures to curb this phenomenon, which has gone beyond being a need for money and has become a profession run by large mafias.”



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