Back to Child Labor and Slavery? / John Scales Avery,
Bos, Carole D. "Child Labor"
Christensen, Christian: En rabarberdreng vokser op. Hans Reitzel, i samarbejde med Nyt Dansk Litteraturselskab, 1971 - 165 s. 'Christian kom med sin familie fra Lolland til fattigkvarteret "Rabarberland" på Nørrebro i København i 1887. Hans far fik arbejde på en skråtobaksfabrik, og her begyndte han også selv at arbejde den dag, han fyldte 10 år.'
The condition and treatment of the children employed in the mines and collieries of the United Kingdom. / Commissioners for inquiring into the employment and condition of children in mines and manufactories. 1842. - 105 s.
The curse of the factory system, or, A short account of the origin of factory cruelties, of the attempts to protect the children by law, of their present sufferings, our duty towards them, injustice of Mr. Thomson's bill, the folly of the political economists, a warning against sending the children of the South into the factories of the North. John Fielden. 1836.
DanWatch: Hvem lider for skønheden? / Nina Lendal, 2014.
Eradication of forced labour - General Survey concerning the Forced Labour Convention, 1930 (No. 29), and the Abolition of Forced Labour Convention, 1957 (No. 105). - (2007) The Survey by the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations of the national legislation and practice on forced labour. Conference paper, 15 February 2007. International Labour Office Geneva, 142 s.
A global alliance against forced labour. Global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. Report of the Director-General, 2005. - 95 s.
The history and description of fossil fuel, the collieries, and coal trade of Great Britain (1835).
How contagion and infection are spread, through the sweating system in the tailoring trade : being a report of a conference of trades unionists of South Lancashire, held in the Cotton Waste Dealers' Exchange, Manchester, on February 24th, 1877; and report of deputation that waited on the Home Secretary on the subject, compiled from report of investigation committee (1877).
Hull-House maps and papers, a presentation of nationalities and wages in a congested district of Chicago, together with comments and essays on problems growing out of the social conditions ().
'Prefatory note by Jane Addams.--Map notes and comments, by Agnes Sinclair Holbrook---The sweating-system, by Florence Kelley.--Wage-earning children, by Florence Kelley and Alzina P. Stevens.--Receipts and expenditures of cloakmakers in Chicago, by Isabel Eaton.--The Chicago ghetto, by Charles Zeublin.--The Bohemian people in Chicago, by Josefa Humpal Zeman.--Remarks upon the Italian colony in Chicago, by Alessandro Mastro-Valerio.--The Cook county charities, by Julia C. Lathrop.--Art and labor, by Ellen Gates Starr.--The settlement as a factor in the labor movement, by Jane Addams.--Appendix. Hull-House: a social settlement'.
ILO: Investing in Every Child: An Economic Study of the Costs and Benefits of Eliminating Child Labour, 2004.- 147 s. ILO: Minimum Estimate of Forced Labour in the World. 2005. - 47 s. 'This is consistent with the estimate in the ILO’s 2002 Global Report “A Future Without Child Labour” which had estimated with a different methodology that there were 5.7 million children involved in forced and bonded labour.'
The investigation of mine air; an account by several authors of the nature, significance, and practical methods of measurement of the impurities met with in the air of collieries and metalliferous mines; (1905).
'Pt.1. An introduction to mine air analysis by simple methods, by Dr. Otto Brunck.--Pt.2. The measurement of air-currents and fire-damp at Ronchamp collieries, by Léon Poussigue.--Part 3. The examination of mine air by J. S. Haldane.--Appendix. The effects of carbonic acid in connection with the Snaefell mine disaster in 1897, by Sir Clement Le Neve Foster.'
The Making of the English Working Class. / Edward Palmer Thompson. IICA, 1963 - 848 s.
Problems of modern industry (1898).
'The diary of an investigator. By B. W.--The Jews of East London. By B. W.--Women's wages. By S. W.--Women and the Factory acts. By B. W.--The regulation of the hours of labour. By S. W.--How to do away with the sweating system. By B. W.--The reform of the Poor law. By S. W.--The relationship between co-operation and trade-unionism. By B. W.--The national dividend and its distribution. By S. W.--The difficulties of individualism. By S. W.--Socialism: true and false. By S. W.--Index'
Regulation of the sweating system : Department of Social Economy for the United States Commission to the Paris Exposition of 1900. (1900). - http://archive.org/details/regulationsweat00willgoog
"This monograph is contributed to the United States Social Economy Exhibit by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts."
Report upon the sweating system in Canada [microfilm] (1896). / Canada. Commission to Investigate Whether, and if so, to What Extent, the Sweating System is Practised in the Various Industrial Centres of the Dominion. - http://archive.org/details/cihm_26293