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Children and adolescents continue to be exposed to early work in Brazil.

2 million children and adolescents between 11 and 19 years old have not yet finished basic education and had left school. The current Brazilian scenario reflects the reality in which these children and adolescents are inserted, without sufficient resources for the continuity of basic or elementary education, and often the parents' lack of income leads these young people to seek work, as can be seen in several capitals and inland cities: children selling food at traffic lights, bars, restaurants, and similar situations5. According to a study carried out by Abrinq Foundation (Fundação Abrinq), in the last quarter of 2021, there were about 2.36 million adolescents aged between 14 and 17 years old in the labor market or looking for a job, of which 1.2 million were in child labor in disagreement with Brazilian legislation, including work similar to slavery, and activities harmful to health, development, and morality.

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