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Should children be allowed to work? Does ProNATs not contribute to the exploitation of working children? In our "FAQs" we take a stand on frequently asked questions.
1) Every child prefers playing to working. So why does ProNATs stand up so vehemently against work prohibitions?
2) Are children, due to their stage of development, at all capable of articulating their interests and making responsible decisions? And if so, from what age?
3) With its positive attitude towards "child labour", does ProNATs not play into the hands of economic exploiters of children?
4) Are not only children organised in children's movements who are not so bad off with their work anyway?
5) Do children's movements not represent only a minority of working children?
6) Are girls as well represented as boys in the children's movements?
7) Is it not the case that children's movements are manipulated by adults?
8) Does children's self-organisation not release the state from its social responsibility?
9) If more children work, won't the jobs of adults who need the money more be put at risk?
10) How does ProNATs define and evaluate "child labour"?
11) Is ProNATs alone in its attitude towards working children?