Towards a child labour-free world
The Third Global Conference on Child Labour – hosted by the Brazilian Government – provides an opportunity for governments, social partners and civil society to reflect on the progress made since the previous global conference was held in The Hague in 2010, and to discuss ways to step up global efforts against child labour – especially its worst forms.
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Red card to child labour
Cher teams up with the ILO and holds up the Red Card to child labour
Get informed, get involved
Facts and figures
Join the campaign
If we are serious about ending the scourge of child labour in the foreseeable future, we need a substantial stepping-up of efforts at all levels. There are 168 million good reasons to do so.”Guy Ryder, ILO Director-General
Slideshow: The reality of child labour
From The Hague to Brasilia
More than 450 delegates from 80 countries agreed on a Roadmap aimed at “substantially increasing” global efforts to eliminate the worst forms of child labour by 2016.
Making an impact
Case stories from Bolivia, Mali, Uganda and Indonesia
Combating child labour through education