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Dispatches: Tobacco Industry Pledges Global Action on Child Labor

DECEMBER 9, 2014

Today, a network including some of the world’s biggest tobacco companies publicly pledged to end child labor in their supply chains. The move could help better protect children – who aren’t even old enough to buy cigarettes – from the hazards of working in tobacco fields.

This is the first time members of the tobacco industry have agreed jointly to abide by international labor law, which prohibits hazardous work by children under age 18, and sets a minimum age of 15 (14 in developing countries) for employment.

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