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Tajikistan Mulls Child Labour Reforms

By Khurshed Duraksh











From cotton fields to city markets, child labour remains common in Tajikistan. A strategy for combating child labour is with the government, but is unlikely to take effect until next year. A fuller report can be found here

This radio report is by Khurshed Durakhsh, an IWPR-trained journalist in Tajikistan.

The audio programme went out in Russian and Tajik on national radio stations in Tajikistan, as part of IWPR project work funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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