In many countries children are engaged in some kind of paid work. Some people regard this as completely wrong, while others consider it as valuable work experience, important for learning and taking responsibility. What are your opinions on this?

In actual fact, in many countries children have to work as workers for money. Someone consider this as valuable work experience, important for learning and taking responsibility. However, in my opinion I strongly argue it. This even infringes the International Convention on the Rights of Child which is made and supervised by UN.

Actually, in poor countries governments would not have enough money and care to help children having a good life. Therefore, children in these countries have no more choices; they need to work for supporting themselves and even their families, instead of going to school. They maybe became strong ones in the future as well as having good life skills. But children would not grow up that way. They need to go to school, and have time to play and enjoy the life. This is the way for them to have better future.

Moreover, the children are an important resource of nation, a key of successful future. So supporting and protecting them are responsibility of their families and our society. No one is allowed in using them as workers, we have to prepare for our children strong healthy, good knowledge that are very important for better future.

Finally, all countries should obey the International Convention on the Rights of Child; this is a promotion of our civilization. We have to protect our children, our future and defense of misusing them for any profit.

In concluding, I strongly recommend that it would be really bad to engage children in some kind of paid work. This is absolutely wrong. They need to be protected under the International Convention on the Rights of Child and other regulations.
Hi Dragintv,

In your third peragraph, you wrote no one is allowed in them as workers,

I think you should use, no one is allowed to use them as workers.
Thank Satyaprakash, you are right.