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Agronegócio, responsabilidade social e erradicação do trabalho infantil

  • Marin, Joel Orlando Bevilaqua
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    O artigo analisa estratégias adotadas por setores do agronegócio no campo das ações de responsabilidade social para erradicar a exploração do trabalho infantil no Brasil. No contexto da globalização da economia e da internacionalização dos direitos da infância, setores empresariais de cadeias produtivas do agronegócio passaram a desenvolver ações de responsabilidade social para combater o trabalho infantil, mediante a adesão aos selos sociais, assinatura de pactos e proposição de projetos sociais. As empresas vinculadas ao agronegócio aderiram a projetos de responsabilidade social empresarial em virtude da inclusão de cláusulas sociais nos mercados internacionais, da intensificação da fiscalização do poder público, bem como do compromisso na construção do desenvolvimento sustentável.------------------------------The article examines strategies adopted by sectors of the agribusiness in the stock of social responsibility to eradicate the exploitation of child labor in Brazil. In the context of economic globalisation and internationalisation of the rights of children, business sectors of the agribusiness production chains began to develop actions of social responsibility to combat child labour through adherence to the social stamps, signing of agreements and proposals for social projects. Companies linked to agribusiness joined the projects for corporate social responsibility because of the inclusion of social clauses in international markets, the strengthening of supervision of public power, and the commitment in the construction of sustainable development.

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    Paper provided by Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER) in its series 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil with number 108172.

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