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Child on a ship-breaking yard in Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Child on a ship-breaking yard in BangladeshChild on a ship-breaking yard in Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Child on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Child on a shipbreaking yard BangladeshChild on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Child on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Child on a shipbreaking yard BangladeshChild on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Child on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common

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Child labor on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the cutters metal plates, or are cutters themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years). On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Child labor on a ship-breaking yard BangladeshChild labor on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the cutters metal plates, or are cutters themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years). On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boats often coming from the occident are destroyed under working conditions not respecting neither the man nor the environmentBoats often coming from the occident are destroyed under working conditions not respecting neither the man nor the environmentBoats often coming from the occident are destroyed under working conditions not respecting neither the man nor the environment© Brahim Mazouz / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Woman picking roses with her children Ecuador ; The exploitation of Latacunga where this woman works guarantees decent working conditions to the workmenWoman picking roses with her children EcuadorWoman picking roses with her children Ecuador ; The exploitation of Latacunga where this woman works guarantees decent working conditions to the workmen© Lionel Astruc / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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