This report documents how child tobacco workers are exposed to nicotine, handle toxic chemicals, use sharp tools, lift heavy loads, and work in extreme heat. Their work could have lasting consequences for their health and development. It also discusses the responsibilities of the government as well as tobacco companies in preventing human rights abuses in the tobacco industry.

“The Harvest is in My Blood”: Hazardous Child Labor in Tobacco Farming in Indonesia - Human Rights Watch, 2016 DOWNLOAD
“Panen dengan Darah Kami”: Bahaya Pekerja Anak dalam Perkebunan Tembakau di Indonesia - Human Rights Watch, 2016 DOWNLOAD

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