Addressing Working Hours
Sindh Ministry of Culture has introduced pivotal legislations to safeguard child artists in the entertainment industry. The Children Drama Industry Ordinance and Sindh Actor Royalty Ordinance aim to ensure a nurturing environment for young talents.
Regulating Work Hours
One key provision under the Children’s Drama Industry Ordinance is the regulation of child artists’ work hours. It prohibits calling children to work during their school hours, prioritizing their education alongside their artistic pursuits.
Banning Late-Night Sessions
The ordinances also forbid late-night recordings for child artists, acknowledging the importance of rest and a balanced lifestyle for their well-being.
Balancing Education and Art
Junaid Ali Shah, the caretaker provincial culture minister, emphasizes the need for uninterrupted education while pursuing artistic endeavors. The government seeks to support young talents in balancing their education and artistic passions.
The Child Protection Bureau and law enforcement agencies will collaborate to ensure strict adherence to these regulations, taking swift action against any violations.
The introduction of these laws reflects the government’s commitment to fostering a conducive environment for young talents in the entertainment industry. These measures prioritize education, well-being, and the rights of child artists, setting ethical standards for their engagement in the industry. For further updates and details, stay connected with the Sindh Ministry of Culture.