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Child Labor Poster Series

ILRF's poster series highlights child labor in the supermarket and chocolate industries. In addition, one poster highlights the connection between the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund and child labor.

Email laborrights [at] ilrf.org (subject: Order%20Placement%3A%20Child%20Labor%20Poster%20Series) if you would like to order durable 11x17 full color posters.

Donation Form

You may use this form to accompany a donation you would like to mail to the International Labor Rights Forum. Checks can be made out to ILRF and mailed to the International Labor Rights Forum, 1634 Eye Street, Suite 1001, Washington, DC 20006.

Thank you for your support.

Shop Til You Drop Exercise

This exercise created by the Cross Border Network and STITCH is designed to show students how little pay sweatshop workers receive, and the difficulties in supporting a family with such low wages. The exercise includes a role play where students will act as families and must decide how to spend the money they make in one month.

World Bank and IMF Child Labor Poster

The World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) are two of the most powerful players in the world, who, by providing aid and loans to poor countries, can dictate a country’s economic policies. These policy reforms conditioned in exchange for aid force poor countries to reduce social spending in education and health system resulting in an increase in child labor. Poor countries trapped in a cycle of debt owed to the World Bank and IMF are also forced to further reduce social spending.

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