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Handbook on combating child labour among indigenous peoples

The ILO Handbook on Combating Child Labour among Indigenous and Tribal Peoples has been elaborated in four parts to provide practical guidance on how the specific issues might be addressed: Part I looks at the rights-based approach to the issue; Part II examines the issue of improving education to combat the problem; Part III considers how to ensure indigenous participation in the process while Part IV provides useful references and additional information. The handbook provides a much needed analysis of the issues surrounding child labour among a specific target group.

Type: Book
Date issued: 16 January 2008
Reference: 9789221187486[ISBN]
9221187489[ISBN]
Authors: IPEC
Format available: 58 pp.
Support medium: Paperback

Tags: child labour, employment

Unit responsible: International Labour Standards (NORMES)

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