The link from jurist.org links to the website of the Bolivian Senate, where
de los 14 a?os." (About the minimum work age, it is set to 14 years of age).
raised the minimum work age.
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*Bolivia* lowers *child labor* age restriction
JURIST - 13 hours ago
In recent years, *child labor laws* has become a growing subject of
international attention.The UN International Labor Organization (ILO) last
year [JURIST report] released a report on *child labor* [text, PDF; press
release] advocating social protections as the key ...
*Bolivia* Passes *Law* To Allow 10-Year-Olds To Work
Huffington Post - Jul 5, 2014
The legislation otherwise lowers the *legal* working age to 12 -- again, as
long the job does not interfere with the *child's* education. A regional
official with the U.N. International *Labor* Organization, Carmen Moreno,
says the legislation passed Wednesday night ...
Germany criticizes *Bolivia's* lax *child labor law*
Deutsche Welle - Jul 4, 2014
A senior lawmaker from Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democratic
party has called on *Bolivian* president Evo Morales not to sign into *law*
a measure allowing children to begin working at the age of 10. "Politicians
cannot regard *child labor* as a ...
*Bolivia* sanctions *child labour* as young as 10
Telegraph.co.uk - Jul 3, 2014
*Bolivian* lawmakers have approved *child workers* as young as 10 years
old, under a new *law* that lays out specific conditions for employing
children. Congress passed the measure by consensus on Wednesday, requiring
employers to follow certain criteria to ...
*Bolivia* passes *child labour law*
Times of Malta - Jul 5, 2014
*Bolivia's* Congress has passed legislation to allow *children* as young
age 10 to work as long as it does not interfere with their education and is
done independently to help the *child's* family make ends meet. The
legislation otherwise lowers the *legal* working ...
New *Bolivia law* would allow 10-year-olds to work
KOMO News - Jul 4, 2014
But, I just know there are folks here in America looking to angle a *law*
such as this that will force those 25,000 illegal immigrant children in
Arizona into some kind of *child labor* camp. margo 5pts. I think it is a
good idea to let kids as young as 10 work. ? Kids ...
Here are a bunch of news items on it.
*Bolivia* to Allow *Children* to Legally Work at Just 10 Years Old
TIME - Jul 4, 2014
While the minimum age for *child workers* was previously 14 with no
exceptions, the new bill is more flexible and allows children to start
"working for others from age 12, which is allowed by international
conventions, and self-employment from age 10," said Senator Adolfo Mendoza,
co-sponsor of the bill, reports AFP. He emphasized that both the ...
Critics of the previous *law* argue that children younger than 14 years old
must work to help support their families in the impoverished South American
country. Deputy Javier ...
*Bolivia* Allows 10-Year-Olds to Work Legally to Reduce Poverty
International Business Times UK - Jul 4, 2014
Children as young as ten can now legally work in *Bolivia* thanks to a
change in the *law* on *child labour*, which was signed in by President Evo
Morales in an attempt to reduce poverty in the country. A 1999 *law* in the
country set the minimum working age at 14.
La Paz makes *child labour legal*
Herald Scotland - Jul 5, 2014
Carmen Moreno, of the UN International *Labour* Organisation, said the
*law* would make *Bolivia* the first country to make work by 10-year-olds
*legal* and called it worrisome in view of *Bolivia* having signed a UN
convention that sets 14 as the minimum age for ...
*Bolivia* to allow *children* to start working aged 10
www.worldbulletin.net - Jul 4, 2014
*Child workers* as young as 10 years old will officially be able to work
after *Bolivian* politicians on Wednesday approved a new *law* laying out
specific conditions for their employment. The measure requires employers
ensure the physical and mental health of ...
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