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What does WDACL stand for?

WDACL stands for World Day Against Child Labour


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ISLAMABAD -- World Day Against Child Labour was observed across the globe including Pakistan on Thursday to raise awareness of the plight of child laborers worldwide.
In a statement here on Wednesday, Bilawal said that International Labour Organization (ILO), having 185 countries as its member states including Pakistan, is observing world day against child labour on June 12 to create awareness about the social protection to children including safety from labour.
Every year on World Day Against Child Labour, apprentices around the world working in industrial zones, children working in agricultural fields as seasonal workers and school-age students appear carrying banners that say "Send children to school, not to work," "Do not give money to child beggars" and "I don't want to spend my life in the field.
On the occasion of the World Day Against Child Labour, as on every other day of the year, the EU remains fully committed to reaching the target of eliminating the worst forms of child labour by 2016," said EU High Representative Catherine Ashton, and EU Commissioners for Justice Viviane Reding, Development Andris Piebalgs, Employment Laszlo Andor and Home Affairs Cecilia Malmstr?
Ahead of the World Day Against Child Labour, Presidential Candidate Lalao Ravalomanana has urged the importance of protecting Madagascar's children and the right of all young people to a proper education and childhood.
Ahead of the World Day Against Child Labour, Presidential Candidate Lalao Ravalomanana has urged the importance of protecting Madagascar's children and the right of all young people to a proper education and childhood.
The International Labour Organization (ILO) first launched the World Day Against Child Labour in 2002 to draw global attention to the child labour and muster all efforts to eradicate the scourge.