The 2011 report reviews the current state of knowledge concerning children in hazardous work and presents the case for a new focus on the issue as part of the wider global effort to eliminate the worst forms of child labour.
What work is involved and what is the impact on children? How is hazardous child labour determined? How can the problem best be tackled?
are defined by Article 3 (d) of ILO Convention No. 182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour (1999)
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Created in 1992, IPEC has grown to become the biggest dedicated child labour programme in the world and the largest technical cooperation programme within the ILO. It is now operational in some 90 countries, benefiting millions of children worldwide.