4 - 5 December 2014, International Labour Office, Geneva, Switzerland
During the meeting, CLP members and ILO experts will review the policies and procedures a member company has in place to address child labour and consider how these could be strengthened.
21 November 2014, Teatro Décio de Almeida Prado, São Paulo, Brazil
Associação Amigos de Projeto Guri, a Brazilian cultural and social association, adheres to the Music Initiative and pledges a concert in support of the cause featuring the Project’s guitar chamber group.
20 November 2014, Palazzina Liberty, Milano, ITaly
The “Today Festival” opening event will take place on 20 November, in collaboration with the Milano Classica Orchestra and the Municipality of Milan
1 - 12 September 2014, Online discussion at: http://apflnet.ilo.org/discussions
The AP-Forced Labour Net invites participants to share experiences on different approaches to address forced and child labour in supply chains and to discuss the way forward to tackle remaining challenges.
12 June 2014, Beirut - Lebanon
The ILO and Lebanon’s Ministry of Labour launch a theatrical performance by Syrian and Lebanese children working in hazardous environments after a series of training sessions tailored to child labour awareness raising.
12 June 2014, Worldwide
10 June 2014, Tuesday, 10 June, 13:00-15:00, Room XVII, Palais des Nations
Meeting of the International Steering Committee of the International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO-IPEC)
9 June - 31 July 2014, Worldwide, May to July 2014
The Music against Child Labour Initiative is gathering pace. Some 1000 musicians, professional and amateur, adults and children, in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, are dedicating concerts on and around World Day Against Child Labour 2014.
9 June 2014, ِAmman, Jordan
The ILO will launch two in-depth studies on child labour in Jordan’s agricultural and urban informal sectors.
29 May 2014, Washington, DC
On May 29, 2014, the ILO Office in Washington D.C. (ILOWAS) had a Skype discussion about child labor with students from East Orange Stem Academy High School in New Jersey. Mr. Erick Zeballos, the Deputy Director of the ILO, and Ly Le, a graduate intern at the organization, led the event. The students raised questions about the strategies of the ILO, specific country-based programs, measures to raise awareness, and the role of the US in eradicating child labor. Mr. Zeballos stressed the suffering of children working on tobacco plantations in the US and the resistance to child protection in countries such as Bangladesh. The students also familiarized with examples where the International Program on the Elimination of Child Labor (IPEC) had a positive impact in preventing child sexual exploitation and bringing children back to school in Madagascar. STEM Academy students learned about the Red Card to Child Labor campaign and the various ways in which they can take part in ending child exploitation. The event highlights the severity of child labor that is plaguing 168 million children in the world, including those in the United States. It also underscores the important role of young students in spreading their voices of concerns to eliminate child labor worldwide.
15 April 2014, School of Musci of Gardanne, 39 Boulevard Carnot, 13120 Gardanne
In partnership with the initiative "Music against child labour", two songs on the fight against child labour: "Free the Children" and "The Music" played by the orchestra of the school and the choral group Gabriel.
18 March 2014, Various Locations, Jordan
Ministerial officials from across Jordan will receive training on their roles and responsibilities in combating child labour under the National Framework to Combat Child Labour.
4 December 2013, Caja de Música, Palacio de Cibeles, Centro, Madrid - 8 p.m.
Concert by soprano singer Pilar Jurado, together with the string quartet - David Mata, Lavinia Moraru, María Cámara and Javier Albarés
28 November 2013, Tokyo, World Bank Tokyo Development Learning Center, 16:30-19:00 (Tokyo time)
ILO Office for Japan launch the “Red Card to Child Labour Campaign" and organize its kick-off event, inviting Mr. Tsuyoshi KITAZAWA.
7 November 2013, Baabda Presidential Palace, Lebanon
The National Action Plan aims to eliminate the worst forms of child labour in Lebanon by 2016
24 October 2013, Geneva (Switzerland), ILO, Room IX, R2-South, from 18.00 to 20.00
ILO is organizing an information session on child labour on 24 October 2013. This will be an opportunity to share the findings of the new ILO report and the outcomes of the Brasilia Global Child Labour Conference.
8 - 10 October 2013, Royal Tulipe Brasilia Hotel, 9:00 am
The Heliopolis Orchestra will open the global concert series on 8 October at the opening of the III Global Conference on Child Labour in Brazil.
8 - 10 October 2013, Brasilia, Brazil
23 September 2013, Renaisance Rachaprasong Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
A launch will be held in Bangkok focusing on the Asia-Pacific region, which hosts the largest number of child labourers. An ILO Specialist on Child Labour will present the new figures, trends and recommendations. It will be held on Monday 23 September, 16.00 hours at the Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel, Studio R9, 5th Floor, 518/8 Ploenchit Road, Tel. 662.125.5000 (BTS: Chidlom station).
19 September 2013, Grand Hyatt New York Hotel, 9:00 am-10:30 am
A special event during this week’s UN Global Compact Leaders Summit in New York will offer companies and other stakeholders the opportunity to learn more about the Child Labour Platform (CLP). The CLP - a joint initiative by the ILO, the International Trade Union Confederation, the International Organization of Employers and the UNGC - identifies obstacles to the implementation of ILO Conventions in supply chains and the surrounding communities, as well as solutions to these obstacles and ways to catalyse collective action. Benjamin Smith, the ILO-IPEC’s Senior Officer for Corporative Social Responsibility, explains why CLP’s tools are a winning solution for businesses, working families and communities to address child labour.