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Monday, July 09, 2007 

Leveling the Playing Field to Address the Dynamics of Child Labor
A recent article in the Stabroek News about the status of Child Labor in the country (Guyana), see here, unravels in many instances some food for thoughts re the development and focus in perspectives about the relationships between Child Labor and Poverty.

As challenging as it is to fully grasp the many gray areas underneath those practices, it is however undeniable that proposals for investigations should take into account and call for more inclusive economic analyses. These are avenues that could prove be helpful as to better set the stages toward broader reflections to steer the reach of advocacy and policy arrangements in order to tackle the contextual values that dress-up the idea of good society, social wealth, and not the least, the role of social cohesion as a tool to strengthen equity, rights and the distribution of basic goods.

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