At What Age?... Are School-Children Employed, Married and Taken to Court? - Second Edition

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Summary: The report, launched found that
there is no compulsory education in
at least 25 States, of which ten are
in sub-Saharan Africa, six in East Asia
and the Pacific, four in the Arab
States, three in South and West Asia
and two in Latin America and the
Caribbean. Only 45 of 158 nations
surveyed have equalised the school-
leaving age and the minimum age for
employment.
Owner: Angela Melchiorrepdf: www.right-to-education.org/content/age/age_new.pdf

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