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Buried in bricks: A rapid assessment of bonded labour in brick kilns in Afghanistan - Summary report (In Pashto)

This study provides an accurate depiction of bonded labour in brick kilns in two provinces of Afghanistan (Kabul and Nangarhar), to illustrate the demand and supply-side of one of the most prevalent, yet least known, forms of hazardous labour in Afghanistan.

Type: Report
Date issued: 06 February 2012
Format available: 14 p.

This study analyses bonded labour in brick kilns within the broader humanitarian and development context to help stakeholders address the risks of bonded labour in light of social, economic and political policy priorities. It provides a bottom-up and top-down analysis drawing from data gathered from bonded labourers,
employers, and local community leaders in Deh Sabz, Kabul, and Surkhroad, Nangarhar, as well as from interviews with stakeholders and experts between August and October 2011.

Tags: bonded labour, child labour, child workers

Regions and countries covered: Afghanistan

Unit responsible: ILO Senior Coordinator in Afghanistan

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