15 to 18 in hazardous work. These percentages are based on all child labor infractions and are not broken down by sector. When children are found in the worst forms of
child labor they are removed and provided services based on their situation. SENAME coordinates the provision of services for all children; SENAME actually provides
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1) Will Child Labor in South America ever be eliminated?
2) Without the help from many organizations against child labor, how would it affect life in Chile for generations to come?
dialogue on child labor.
The Government of Chile has a range of services and programs to assist the most vulnerable children. The programs have nationwide coverage and the capacity to reach
continues to participate in another 3-year regional Spanish-funded project to eradicate child labor in Latin America. The Government also participates in a separate
school to enter work, such as adolescent parents and children of incarcerated parents.
In addition, the Government participated in two regional projects to eradicate child labor in Latin America, funded by the Government of Spain, which ended in 2012. It
objectives of the program is to combat child labor. To benefit from the Bridge Program, families with children between ages 6 and 18 must demonstrate their children
educational process. The question of whether the extended school day and bilingual education programs have an impact on the worst forms of child labor does not appear
Ministry and the Technical Workgroup began implementing a special process to place child victims of the worst forms of child labor in school. The National Women’s
regional project funded by Spain that aims to promote education and monitoring on child labor, and a global project funded by Ireland that aims to promote social
with partners throughout the year to carry out various awareness raising and training activities against the worst forms of child labor.
In 13 regions, the Ministry of Education operates educational reinsertion programs for vulnerable children, including child laborers. During the reporting period, the
and younger. Such children include those who have been used by adults to carry out illegal activities. SENAME and a number of regional child labor committees worked
million in 2012 for these child labor interventions. In addition, in 2012 SENAME budgeted more than $2.8 million for programs providing psychosocial and education
Kari Jensen: It’s been good, I’m teaching human geography, cultural geography, and a seminar on child labor which is usually only for freshmen but this semester, a misstep happened for registration, so they opened it up for everybody finally, so I have a mix of students in that seminar which is interesting. Then I teach the so called senior seminar for geography majors which is a methodology seminar where I focus mostly on qualitative methodology and on top of that I co-teach world regional geography. In other words, a teaching overload, and it’s been very busy but good.
Social Programs to Eliminate or Prevent the Worst Forms of Child Labor
The Government of Chile operates a number of programs to prevent and remove children from the worst forms of child labor.
SENAME assists disadvantaged youth and children at risk of or engaged in the worst forms of child labor through over 90 programs. Some programs include residential