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Children work in an artisanal gold mine in Kéniéba cercle, Mali. As the fight to end child labor in Africa falters, experts say that a ban on child labor is not sufficient to end the entrenched practice. Rather, they argue that changes in the continent’s economic environment and working conditions are necessary for a ban to be effective.
(Photo by International Labour Organization/IPEC) Photo used under CC BY
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First published in the June 16, 2019, 3:16 a.m. edition

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