01 December 2010
This document describes the eff orts undertaken by the Brazilian Ministry of Labour and Employment (MTE), through its Secretariat of Labour Inspection (SIT), in order to withdraw working children and adolescents from the labour market, referring them to a social protection network, in order to prevent child labour, and to protect the rights of adolescent workers.
01 May 2010
The IPEC Karnataka child labour project has a holistic approach to eliminate and prevent child labour, through its four levels; community, block, disctrict and state.
El Salvador: Elimination of the worst forms of child labour in sugarcane sector: A different world is possible
01 May 2010
In the process of eliminating child labour in El Salvador, the creation of an enabling environment and the development of direct interventions are essential.
Taking action! The Labour Inspection in the face of crimes of commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents
01 March 2009
This pamphlet, addressed to labour inspectors, attempts to answer the questions related to child labour and its worst forms, and inform, in particular, with regard to crimes of commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents, who are victims of economic exploitation. This document includes the telephone numbers of institutions in Central America and the Dominican Republic, with whom labour inspectors can coordinate actions for the protection of victims and reporting of CSEC cases.
The school based monitoring system: An overview of historical and current legislation in the UK concerning the inspection process in the education system
01 January 2004
This study briefly looks at the historical development of the school monitoring and inspection systems of the United Kingdom in order to form the basis for further analyses of the policies and practical methods developed within the education system that can be of use as part of holistic approaches to establishing child labour monitoring systems.
01 December 2002
01 January 2002
This publication provides information on hazardous occupations so that priorities can be set by the legislators, policy-makers and authorities at national, municipal and community levels, including traditional leaders. The main feature of this publication is to propose a strategy from a health perspective to address the problem of child labour. It identifies a possible model which may be of interest to a broad audience.