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This section of the book The Role of International Law in the Elimination of Child Labor contains a table of cases. Some of the cases fall under the following categories: International Court of Justice, Special Court for Sierra Leone, European Committee of Social Rights, and Inter-American Court of Human Rights. There has been a great deal of literature examining the phenomenon of child labor, yet comparatively little of that literature is related to the legal response, particularly from an international perspective. As the Industrial Revolution emerged, it became a policy in the United Kingdom that poor children should work, even the very young. The use of children, initially those without family, but later children in families, was widespread in early factories.

Keywords: child labor; International Court of Justice; Special Court for Sierra Leone



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