Campaign Against Child Labour
Initiated in November 1992, Campaign Against Child Labour (CACL), address the question of child labour not as a welfare issue but as a persisting social problem in the context of the existing ineqalities and exploitative socio-economic practices in the country, and as a violation of a child’s basic human rights. One of the significant aspects of this campaign is the effective bridging of the field-level grassroot interventions with systematic advocacy efforts at state and national level to influence the policy makers. CACL has realistically linked the objectives of the campaign in a long term perspective of social change..
National Coordination Committee meeting of CACL held in Bangalore
The National Coordination Committee of CACL which met from 26th to 28th July 2010 in Bangalore raises its serious concern that in spite of all the tall claims by the governments, about 39 million c... More
Eastern Regional Consultation on the implementation of Right to Education Act
Campaign Against Child Labour, in collaboration with NEG-FIRE have decided to go for awareness generation on this legislation among the civil society through regional and state level consultation a... More
CACL is focusing on the issue of children in Mining & queries
Though article 24 of the Indian Constitution and Child Labour (Prohibition & Regulation) Act 1986 ban the employment of children of less than 14 years in Mining and queries but a considerable n... More