Abstract: This paper concern about the child labor in Bangladesh involves different sectors such as agricultural, service and industries. The primary objective of this paper is highlighting the response of parents, community, UNICEF and ILO about child labor in Bangladesh. The secondary objective of this paper is draws successful strategies to use human right frame work for reducing child labor in Bangladesh.
Keywords: Child Labor, Convention, UNICEF, ILO, Human Right
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