Child Labor in Cocoa Plantations: Between Socialization Issues and Health Issues in Rural Areas of Eastern Ivory Coast
Keywords:child labor, issues, cocoa
For several years, childÂ labor in cocoa plantations became a major issue. This ancient practice that is part of cultural values has become the point of convergence of the struggle of the international and national community. To this end, the fight actions and policiesÂ against the phenomenon in Ivory Coast progress, but much remains to be done. On this basis, this article analyzes social media manufacturing and structuring of child labor in CÃ´te d'Ivoire, leading producer of cocoaâ€™ beans in the world. Specifically, the article highlights the social issues that legitimize child labor in cocoa plantations in rural areas of the east of the country and the structural modalities that implies.
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