The children in the firework industry in Sivakasi is a significant concern that requires immediate attention. This practice violates the fundamental human rights of children and puts their safety and well-being at risk. The ultimate goal is to eliminate child labour in Sivakasi’s firework industry and promote all children’s well-being. The research method followed is Empirical research. The data is collected through a questionnaire, and the sample frame size is 200. A simple random sampling method was adopted in the study to collect the data. The samples were collected from in and around Sivakasi. The independent variables are Gender, age, educational qualification, and living place. The dependent variables are the reason for children in the fireworks industry. The research used tools like graphs, tables etc. The use of child labour in this industry not only violates human rights but also poses a threat to the safety and well-being of these children. The government must take steps to enforce existing child labour laws and regulations in the firework industry. This includes increasing inspections and penalties for violations and providing support and resources for the rehabilitation and education of children involved in this industry. Overall, the use of child labour in the firework industry in Sivakasi is a complex problem that requires a multi-faceted approach involving government, businesses, and civil society organisations to address. Action must be taken to protect the rights and well-being of children and ensure their access to education and opportunities for a better future.
Keywords: Fireworks, Industry, Rights, Children, Regulation and Education.