LEY 3325 BOLIVIA PDF

The majority of working children in Bolivia were found in the agricultural sector The law also requires employers to grant time off to adolescent workers who have not completed their primary or secondary education so that they may attend school during normal school hours. The law allows children 15 and older to volunteer for certain military activities if they have completed 3 years of secondary education. The ministry has 15 labor inspectors working throughout the country.

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The majority of working children in Bolivia were found in the agricultural sector The law also requires employers to grant time off to adolescent workers who have not completed their primary or secondary education so that they may attend school during normal school hours. The law allows children 15 and older to volunteer for certain military activities if they have completed 3 years of secondary education. The ministry has 15 labor inspectors working throughout the country.

Questions regarding child labor have been incorporated into the inspection checklists they use. Department of State reported, however, that during the government did not enforce child labor laws, including those related to health and safety conditions in the workplace, school completion requirements, the legal minimum age, and the maximum hours allowed for child workers.

The sub-plan plan will focus its efforts on children working in the mining, sugarcane, and urban sectors of the country. The project withdrew children from exploitive labor in small-scale mining and prevented an additional 29 from becoming engaged in such activities.

The government intends to promote access to education and prevent children from entering work situations by providing their families with a stipend at the beginning of the school year and again at the end if the child completes the school term. See also U. Embassy — La Paz, reporting, August 30, See also Erick Roth U. See also Roth U. Embassy — La Paz, reporting, August 30, , Embassy — La Paz official, "E-mail communication to, April 2, Embassy — La Paz, reporting, February 23, Department of State, "Country Reports — Bolivia," section 5.

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