Taste of Child Labor Not So Sweet: A Critique of Regulatory Approaches to Combating Child Labor Abuses by the U.S. Chocolate Industry - Kemi Mustapha

Taste of Child Labor Not So Sweet: A Critique of Regulatory Approaches to Combating Child Labor Abuses by the U.S. Chocolate Industry

By Kemi Mustapha

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-09-01
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Kemi Mustapha
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Taste of Child Labor Not So Sweet: A Critique of Regulatory Approaches to Combating Child Labor Abuses by the U.S. Chocolate Industry Kemi Mustapha read online review & book description:

I. INTRODUCTION United States chocolate manufacturers, (1) including Hershey's (2) and Mars, (3) received unwelcomed media attention in 2001 as reports of the use of child labor on West African cocoa farms surfaced. (4) Investigations revealed that children harvest cocoa beans5 under conditions that qualify as the "worst forms of child labor" (6) as defined in International Labour Organization (ILO) (7) Convention 182. Under ILO Convention 182, (8) ratifying countries commit themselves to eliminating the worst forms of child labor. (9)

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