sport for labor child
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Authors
1Ph.D. in Sport Management, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran
2Ph.D. in Sport Management, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Sciences, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
3Member of Scientific Committee
Abstract
In the individual and social life of many societies and nations of the world today, physical education and sport are an integral part of the overall curriculum of child and youth education.Protecting the rights of children, especially deprived children and children who are vulnerable to harm caused by crises, social disruptions and natural disasters, is a human-social duty that is up to each individual, organization and institution. There is no hope for a better world without sufficient attention to children's rights and investment in planning, education, health and improving their lives.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the benefits of exercise in labor child.
Since the present study is a review, reference has been made of books and articles related to the subject of research and data collection.
There is no doubt that the final elimination of child labor will require fundamental mechanisms to be adopted, so as to fundamentally overshadow child labor, which in the most optimistic manner will require a great deal of labor and time. That is why children today need the protection and enjoyment of their full social human rights and cannot wait for them to develop and build the necessary infrastructure. One of the consequences of development in poverty and inadequate socio-economic conditions is the deprivation, humiliation and violence of children's mental health. Success in rehabilitating these children requires their mental health through exercise.By expanding access to quality education that includes sport, countries will be able to control the problem of child labor.
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