The age of less work in rural areas and the principle of full protection

Revista do Direito Publico, Vol. 3, No. 1, 176-195

José Antonio Miguel, Vilma Aparecida Do Amaral


The old less work is the subject of much discussion and is still seen as a problem for many countries in the world. Brazil is a country that has much of its economy arising from the agricultural environment. This reality is found more easily in small municipalities whose economy depends on this type of activity. In view of this and the precariousness of the rights of rural workers, they are forced to supplement the income of their families with the work of their minor children. Thus, before the full protection of the principle set in art. 227 of the Federal Constitution, and all infra-constitutional legislation, such as the CLT and the ECA, and considering identified and carried out work research, we tried to understand the reality of lower and the consequent implementation of legislation in this type of working relationship, both in employment relations in the countryside, or even as an apprentice. However, in view of the impossibility economic and socio-cultural reality of the country, there is great difficulty in the implementation of all relevant legislation, as well as the state does not practice public policies aimed at fighting this kind of exploitation. Thus, the work performed by minors in rural areas is the most work done by these citizens, in violation of the principle of full protection, therefore, means to disrespect the person of a developing.


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Título: The age of less work in rural areas and the principle of full protection

Autor(es): José Antonio Miguel, Vilma Aparecida do Amaral

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