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CHILD LABOR

By megha14
  • US

    the first rural textile mills were built
  • The Factory Health and Morals Act

    All rooms in a factory are to be lime-washed twice a year and duly ventilated.(3) Every apprentice is to be supplied with two complete suits of clothing with suitable linen, stockings, hats and shoes.(4) The hours of work of apprentices are not to exceed twelve a day, nor commence before six in the morning, nor conclude before nine at night.(5) They are to be instructed every working day during the first four years of apprenticeship in reading, writing and arithmetic.(6) Male and female appr
  • Britain

    factory act, children limited to working 12 hours a day
    this is the first ever act in britain that prevents children from working long hours, which hinders their overall development.
  • Britain

    cotton factory regulation act, min. working age is 9, max. working age is 12
    Before there wasnt any laws concerning their age and minimum wage for the parish aprrentices
  • US

    establish a new community for house of commons
    This was a key turning point as the environemnt in the house of commeners are normally very bad. Workers were constanty fighting with one another, the facilities provided were not either. The new community is more clean and gives the workers a more healthy environement to work in.
  • britain

    The New England Association of Farmers, Mechanics and Other Workingmen officially condemns child labor, by preventing children from working from morning till night as it adversely affects the child physical and mental evelopment. Before this law was passed children were deprived of recreational activities and so they were unable to recieve a normal upbringing.
  • Britain

    Labour of Children, etc., in Factories Act 1833
    This law, primarilly dictates the owrking codition in the textile industry. It further states the working timings and situations applicable to minors and children under hte age of 18. This act helps the children form being explioted by greedy industrialists.
  • factory workers

    The early trade union members proposed a minimum age for the working people. The state of Massachusetts require children under 15 working in factories to attend school at least 3 months/year. Childrens education was not stressed before. Moreover children were not even given the privellege of going to school before this law.
  • Britain

    mines act, illegal for boys and girls under the age 13 to work underground. While children are working in mines they are exposed to serious cases of toxic. CHildrensuffered from these harmful gases. This law was enacted to ensure better health of the children. SInce children are the most vulnerable to suffer from inhalation of such gases this act has helped to prevent children from getting ill.
  • working hour for children were limited to 14 hrs

    Massachusetts was one of the first states in the US to implement the child labour laws. Other states followed accordingly.
  • education and healthcare of children was reinforced

    Children should receive proper education and surgeons would have to check on their healthcare, to see if the factory environment has been hindering the growth of children in any way or not.
  • Britain- factory act

    ten hour act, children working in fact and mills for 10hrs. The 1o hour act restricts the worker form working up to a maximum of 10 hours per day. This law has helped to give workers free time for rest and recreations. The factory owners readilly accepted this bill because they could easilly operate the facotry for 20 hours a day by running shifts between the workers.
  • Britain

    limits the amount of working horus regarding “labour in any manufacturing process” performed in an institution where fifty or more persons are employed. before people didn't work together which made their work difficult
  • labor movement urges minimum age law

    Working Men’s Party proposes banning the employment of children under the age of 14
  • US

    The house of common finished
  • Newly formed AFL supports state minimum age laws

    The first national convention of the American Federation of Labor passes a resolution calling on states to ban children under 14 from all gainful employment
  • New York unions win state reform

    Led by Samuel Gompers, the New York labor movement successfully sponsors legislation prohibiting cigar making in tenements, where thousands of young children work in the trade
  • Democrats adopt union recommendations

    Democratic Party adopts platform plank based on union recommendations to ban factory employment for children under 15. Before there was' t this law and children had to work in the factory with al those dabgerous machines
  • National Child Labor Committee forms

    Aggressive national campaign for federal child labor law reform begins
  • New federal law sanctions state violators

    First federal child labor law prohibits movement of goods across state lines if minimum age laws are violated (law in effect only until 1918, when it’s declared unconstitutional, then revised, passed, and declared unconstitutional again)
  • First attempt to gain federal regulation fails

    First federal child labor law prohibits movement of goods across state lines if minimum age laws are violated (law in effect only until 1918, when it’s declared unconstitutional, then revised, passed, and declared unconstitutional again)
  • Federal purchasing law passes

    Walsh-Healey Act states U.S. government will not purchase goods made by underage children. these made a great change after this law there weren't any goods made by underage student.
  • Federal regulation of child labor achieved in Fair Labor Standards Act

    For the first time, minimum ages of employment and hours of work for children are regulated by federal law
  • Britain

    child labor refer to answer worth performed by children under 12
  • Britain

    child labor refer to answer worth performed by children under 12