07 November 2002
This book reviews the national HIV/AIDS and child labour policies and programmes, NGO projects, and community-based initiatives in three African countries - illuminating the harsh realities of the link between child labour and HIV/AIDS and identifying the broad range of responses, large and small, to these intersecting issues. It also examines the effects of HIV/AIDS on child labour in three countries in sub-Saharan Africa and describes approaches taken in each of the countries to reduce vulnerability to child labour and to HIV infection. Highlights elements of good practice.
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.
28 February 2000
Based primarily on ILO experience, particularly its International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC), addresses the strategies, instruments, methodologies and information necessary to plan and carry out effective action to eliminate child labour.
01 January 2000
Report for the Interregional Symposium on Strategies to Combat Youth Unemployment and Marginalisation, 13-14 December 1999 Geneva
24 June 1999
Based on research conducted in resorts and cities which receive large numbers of foreign visitors.
Employment-Intensive Infrastructure Programmes: Capacity building for contracting in the construction Sector
01 January 1999
Provides a set of guidelines for programmes which aim to integrate cost-effective employment-intensive approaches into infrastructure works while respecting basic labour standards and working conditions.
01 October 1998
Employment and Training Papers No. 26 (Action Programme on Youth Unemployment)
25 June 1998
International Labour Conference, 86th Session, 1998. Report VI, Part 1. Drawing on the experience of the ILO, including its International Programme for the Elimination of Child Labour, this report surveys international and national law and practice and points the way towards effective action through new international standards. Includes a list of ratifications by country of relevant ILO Conventions on minimum age and forced labour (as at 15 August 1996).
01 February 1998
Based on studies and the experience of ILO technical cooperation projects. Includes recommendations for government ministries, and workers’ and employers’ organizations.
11 February 1993
Documenting the change in emphasis from intervention through legislation to direct action at the local level, this book draws particular attention to efforts to eliminate child prostitution and Muro-ami deep sea fishing.