gtxclusive

Georgetown, Guyana

#1 Sep 17, 2008
Do you support the decision been made by minister of human services on condemning child labour?
gtbq

Georgetown, Guyana

#2 Sep 17, 2008
what is so wrong if their children help in the fields, etc.
how can anyone called this child labour
patrick

Georgetown, Guyana

#3 Sep 17, 2008
There is no problem if the child/children help/s their parent/s in the field,but what will contradict the law if that child is deny the the ligitimate right from his freedom to take education.
propaganda press

Georgetown, Guyana

#4 Sep 17, 2008
the minister should then talk to the minister of culture and other folks responsible for all those children under 10 in many cases selling trinkets in and around sophia during carifesta
or we take it child labour laws do not apply to govt and govt affiliated agencies
cause there is another govt affiliated agency that has children working all day beggin for money around georgetownpatrick wrote
patrick

Georgetown, Guyana

#5 Sep 17, 2008
the children were not doing this as a full time job,they were just assisting their parents,which i think is not wrong.
common sense

Georgetown, Guyana

#6 Sep 17, 2008
gtxclusive wrote:
Do you support the decision been made by minister of human services on condemning child labour?
Any person under 18 is considered to be a child. And children should not be made to endure the harsh conditions of the work environment.. It’s against ones rights to force them to work under this age. Child labour should be condemned.
observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#7 Sep 18, 2008
gtbq wrote:
what is so wrong if their children help in the fields, etc.
how can anyone called this child labour
A child helping around the house or doing a little yard work is ok, but some people abuse it. Children under 18 should not do any kind of work that can effect them in some manner. When you get your kids you should send them in fields to work…
observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#8 Sep 18, 2008
propaganda press wrote:
the minister should then talk to the minister of culture and other folks responsible for all those children under 10 in many cases selling trinkets in and around sophia during carifesta
or we take it child labour laws do not apply to govt and govt affiliated agencies
cause there is another govt affiliated agency that has children working all day beggin for money around georgetownpatrick wrote
There were not children under 10 selling tickets for carifesta…once again propaganda press strikes with there insanity and lies…
mark

Georgetown, Guyana

#9 Sep 19, 2008
observer wrote:
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There were not children under 10 selling tickets for carifesta…once again propaganda press strikes with there insanity and lies…
we have proof that they were
patrick

Georgetown, Guyana

#10 Oct 1, 2008
mark wrote:
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we have proof that they were
well then present it to the public,this is the only way i will beleive you.
gtxxclusive

Georgetown, Guyana

#11 Oct 10, 2008
Lets protect our children from child labour,they are our future.We need to love them,educate them and care for them.
Patriot

Georgetown, Guyana

#12 Mar 9, 2009
Child labour should not be supported by anyone. children are given the right to an education by the law. Parents that do not send their children to school can be charged for doing so. Persons employing children that should be in school can also be prosecuted according to the law. The government has placed emphasis on condemning child labour.

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