Argentina's child labour crisis: 'We all barely survive'

An estimated 152 million children around the world are forced to work due to financial issues, a practice that the international community at a UN co-organised conference in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, is trying to eliminate.

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    An estimated 152 million children around the world are forced to work due to financial issues, a practice that the international community at a UN co-organised conference in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, is trying to eliminate.

    Child labour remains a problem in Argentina, despite government initiatives to eliminate the worst forms.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from the central province of Cordoba.


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