How does this explainer help the user?
This explainer helps the user to understand the Indian law that regulates employment of children. The law states that children below 14 cannot work in any occupations except as a child artist and in a family business while adolescents between 14 and 18 are prohibited from working in any hazardous or dangerous occupations and processes. They can only work in certain government declared non-hazardous occupations, a family business or as an artist. The law also requires that the employer always keeps the health, safety and well-being of an adolescent in mind while employing them.
What are the laws being discussed?
The explainer discusses the legal provisions in the Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act 1986 which is the law in India addressing child labour.