Apparel and Retail

Within the apparel and retail sector, child labour is one of the most recognised negative impacts on children’s rights. But there are a number of other ways in which the rights of children are impacted – as dependents of workers, at times as workers themselves, and as community members surrounding factories and farms. Children, however, are also consumers of products and are therefore vulnerable to harmful impacts from marketing and advertising.

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