For many people, child labour is something we think of as part of our history rather than our present, but the reality is that child labour continues today. Child labour refers to children who work in exploitative or dangerous conditions. Around the world, there are about 246 million children between the ages of 5 to 17 being employed in some form of economic activity. Among them, 179 million children -one in every eight children in the world - are subjected to the worst forms of child labour, which endanger the children's physical, mental or moral well-being.
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