1. Ethiopia - Child domestic workers in Addis Ababa: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 38)

    01 July 2002

    The objective of this study is to identify, describe and analyze the characteristics of the working and living conditions of child domestic labourers in Addis Ababa, using a rapid assessment method. The rapid assessment methodology implemented includes an in-depth interview, observation of physical conditions, focus group discussions, case studies, role play, and daily activity logs.

  2. Agreement between the Republic of Poland and the Kingdom of Spain on the Regulation and Management of Migration Flows between States

    21 May 2002

  3. A future without child labour. Global report under the follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. Report of the Director-General, 2002

    06 May 2002

    Folder containing flyers, fact sheets, the report "A future without child labour", and resource lists of contact persons by region.

  4. Agreement on the Migration Regularization between the Republic of Peru and the Republic of Bolivia

    26 January 2002

  5. Agreement between the Kingdom of Spain and Romania on the regulation and organisation of labour force migratory flows between both States.

    23 January 2002

  6. Children at work: Health and safety risks

    01 January 2002

    This second edition of this useful and informative book provides an approach to the protection of children through the development of a programme on occupational safety and health specifically addressed to working children. It illustrates how this can be done within a framework of a national policy aimed at the elimination of child labour.

  7. IPEC Action Against Child Labour 2000-2001: Progress and future priorities

    01 January 2002

  8. Combating child labour and HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa - A review of policies, programmes, and projects in South Africa, the United Republic of Tanzania and Zambia to identify good practices. Paper No. 1

    01 January 2002

    This report covers these linkages between the HIV/AIDS pandemic and child labour in South Africa, the United Republic of Tanzania, and Zambia. It complements Rapid Assessments in these countries to gather qualitative data on the links between child labour and HIV/AIDS. Significant efforts are being made in the three African countries to understand and respond to the linkage, or at least to one component of the relationship. This review presents many examples of both response models and specific examples of responses to both HIV/AIDS and child labour. The ability to learn from and expand “good practices” depends critically on more focused government attention to the pandemic and its impact on children, including the stigma and discrimination they face.


  1. Agreement between the Kingdom of Spain and the Dominican Republic on Regulation and Management of Labour Migration Flows

    17 December 2001

  2. Agreement on manpower between the Kingdom of Spain and the Kingdom of Morocco

    25 July 2001