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CLARISSA Emerging Evidence Report 2

Social Norms and Supply Chains: A Focus on Child Labour and Waste Recycling in Hlaing Tharyar, Yangon, Myanmar

Published on 16 June 2020

This Emerging Evidence Report examines the social norms, and the material and institutional factors that influence the employment of children in various forms of hazardous work in Hlaing Tharyar township, Yangon, Myanmar.

In particular, it focuses on hazardous child labour in solid waste management in local communities and the roles of high-risk informal moneylending and labour intermediaries.

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Constant, S.; Oosterhoff, P.; Oo, K.; Lay, E. and Aung, N. (2020) Social Norms and Supply Chains: A Focus on Child Labour and Waste Recycling in Hlaing Tharyar, Yangon, Myanmar, CLARISSA Emerging Evidence Report 2, Brighton: Institute of Development Studies

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Institute of Development Studies
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978-1-78118-649-7
language
English

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