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Across the world, millions of children do extremely hazardous work in harmful conditions, that prevents them from getting an education or is harmful to their health or to their physical, mental, or social development.
Human trafficking is said to be the third largest illegal trade after drug trafficking and arms trade. Human trafficking can also be regarded as forced labour. 3 out of every 1,000 persons worldwide are in forced labour..
Child labour is a critical obstacle in the path of children's development and society's sustainable development. Children who must spend the most important stage of their lives striving merely to survive are denied the opportunity.
Global March Against Child Labour has been instrumental in shaping the ethical trade Mechanism on child labour free goods – in sporting goods industry through the Global March’s World Cup Campaign 2002 , 2006 and 2010.
Kailash Satyarthi's Oped in The Times of India, Feb 23 2015
Global March participates in the ILO online discussion on 'Eradicating forced and child labour from the supply chain'.