Mit szólnál, ha el kéne küldened a gyereked robotolni a dohánygyárba? Dolgozó gyerekek a nagyvilágból

Még mindig ijesztő mértékeket ölt a gyerekmunka a világon, kétszázmillió (!) gyermeket érint.

Néhány napja a világ legnagyobb autógyártói keveredtek gyanúba, hogy a gyerekekkel illegálisan bányásztatott  csillámpalát használják az autóik festéséhez, több ruhamárka pedig beismerte, hogy olyan beszállítókkal dolgoznak, akik Törökországban gyerekeket robotoltatnak.

PESHAWAR, June 11, 2013 A Pakistani boy cleans a dirty canal on the eve of World Day Against Child Labor in northwest Pakistan's Peshawar, June 11, 2013. According to some reports, about 4 million children of age 5 to 14 are compelled to be engaged in economic activities. (Xinhua/Umar Qayyum)..****Authorized by ytfs* (Credit Image: © Umar Qayyum/Xinhua/ZUMAPRESS.com) ***** Online: Report online usage by emailing the caption info to wsj@zumapress.com *****

2013 Pakisztán

 Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Kambodzsa, szemétválogató gyerek

A boy works at a car wash in Aleppo February 27, 2013. REUTERS/Giath Taha (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Autómosóként dolgozó gyerek Aleppóban

A boy works at a poppy field in Jalalabad province, Afghanistan

Mákföldeken dolgozó gyerek Afganisztánban

A child looked for sapphires in a river in Ilakaka town, Madagascar

Madagaszkár, zafírkeresés

a brick factory in Pakistan

Pakisztán, vízhordó gyerek

Afghan child labourers work at a mechanic shop in Ghazni on June 2, 2013. Tens of thousands of children in Afghanistan, driven by poverty, work on the streets of the war-torn country's cities and often fall prey to Taliban bombings and other violence, as well as abuse. AFP PHOTO/ Rahmatullah ALIZADARAHMATULLAH ALIZADA/AFP/Getty Images

Afgán autószerelő

epa03591690 A photograph made available 20 february 2013 shows Malian girl Aisha Abdoulaye, 6, posing for a photograph at the fish market where she works in Gao, Mali, 19 February 2013. French and African troops are still in the midst of an offensive to take back the northern half of the country that had been ruled for over ten months by militant Islamic groups. EPA/TANYA BINDRA

Aisha Abdoulaye még csak 6 éves, és már dolgozik Mali piacain

An Afghan child labourer arranges bricks at a factory in the outskirts of Herat

Afgán gyerek téglákat hord

An illegal immigrant a rubbish dump near Mae Sot in Thailand

Thaiföld

An Indian boy displays readymade garments for sale in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, June 12, 2013. The International Labor Organization (ILO) observes June 12 as the World Day Against Child Labor to highlight the plight of child laborers. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

Új-Delhi

June 11, 2013 - Rafah, Gaza Strip, Palestinian Territory - A Palestinian child harvests grapes at a field in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, on June 11, 2013. Palestinian Ministry of Agriculture stopped the importing of the grape from the outside to support the national productions, since it says Gaza produces 7000 tons of grape, sufficient for Gaza strip (Credit Image: © Eyad Al Baba/APA Images/ZUMAPRESS.com) ***** Online: Report online usage by emailing the caption info to wsj@zumapress.com *****

Palesztin fiú szüretel

epa03741555 A Yemeni boy pushes a wheelbarrow with containers full of water inside, after he collected them from a public tap in the old city of Sana'a, Yemen, 12 June 2013. World Day Against Child Labor is celebrated around the world every 12 June to raise awareness and contribute to ending child labor. The theme of this year's "No to child labor in domestic work". EPA/YAHYA ARHAB

Jemeni fiú

A young boy collects waste at a landfill on the outskirts of Tegucigalpa September 27, 2012. According to the International Labour Organization there are around 215 million children working. Many of them work full-time and do not receive proper nutrition and care. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera (HONDURAS - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) - RTR38IQK

Honduras fővárosa

A young boy tended animals in Morija, Lesotho

Kis pásztor Lesothoban

A young girl collects food from a rubbish dump in Islamabad, Pakistan

Pakisztán, élelmet kereső kisTeTlány

cco in a factory at Haragach in Rangpur district, Bangladesh

Bangladesi dohánygyár

Children scour the mud for gold at the Gam mine in the Central African Republic

Közép-Afrika, aranykeresés

Hazrat, aged 7, works at a brick-making factory in Jalalabad, Afghanistan

Hétéves kis munkások Afganisztánban

This Oct. 28, 2012, photo provided by Interpol, shows children forced to work in a mine in Burkina Faso. The children spend all day down the mine, with no daylight. As a result, their eyes are badly affected and it may take up to two hours for their eyes to clear of the dirt at the end of the day. Police found the children, some as young as 6, working deep in gold mines and in cotton fields around Burkina Faso. They were unpaid and unschooled. Some were being sexually abused. An international police operation has freed nearly 400 children from forced labor in the West African country and arrested 73 people suspected of child trafficking or forced labor, Interpol announced.(AP PHoto/Photo Interpol)

iskolásokat köteleznek bányamunkára Nyugat-Afrikában

Pakistani child, Jabro Mounir, 6, arranges bricks during his daily work in a brick factory, on World Day Against Child Labor, on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday, June 12, 2013. The World Day Against Child Labor is observed on June 12 across the world including Pakistan to raise awareness and contribute to end child labor. Jabro earns 200 Rupees ($2.030 cents) per day. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)

Hatéves pakisztáni gyerek dolgozik

the Saramandaia slum in Recife, Brazil.

Kielncéves fiú gyűjt a szemétből újra felhasználható anyagokatBrazíliában

Rustam,10, works at an aluminium factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, where about 25 children were employed, many of them working for 12 hours a day

A tízéves Rustam alumíniumgyárban dolgozik Bangladesben

Forrás: WSJ, Ibtimes