In Rawls’ theory of justice towards child labour is that sometimes it make sense to trade off some parts of the child’s life for the sake of making the whole of your life better. This is part of Rawls’ theory that is the maximin strategy which is by having identified all the worst-case scenarios that exist within each option before us, and by having identified all the worst-case possibilities, we then select the one that is the least worse, thus for the child that has done child labour they have choose to work, for they are unable to feed themselves or any other issues which is much worse than working and then will have the chance of getting 3 meals provided and not starve while continue to stand the rights of being a child and not work.
Rawls’ theory of justice also to look at the scenario using the veil of ignorance which is by positioning oneself as an individual that has no knowledge on any ethnic origins; whether we will have privileged or deprived upbringing; whether we would be intelligent or slow-witted; male or female; be sexually abused or lead an idyllic childhood; be short or tall, or any other circumstances. We will be asked a question is that the type of society we would like to live in. As for the situation of child labour this question will be ask to the personnel that has used child labour whether he or she would want to be in if their as a child, and from there the case will be evaluated.
Using another theory which is the Kantian ethics, where human beings are put at the very priority of all others. Respect