Publications on child labour

2017

  1. Jordan National Child Labour Survey 2016 – Analytical Report

    11 October 2017

  2. "Organizing against child labour" - African Regional Workshop of rural workers’ trade unions and small producers’ organizations, Accra and Kpando-Torkor, 26-30 September 2017

    10 October 2017

    Statement of the African Regional Workshop of rural workers’ trade unions and small producers’ organizations to exchange experiences of “Organizing against child labour” adopted in Accra, 30 September 2017, held under the auspices of the International Partnership for Cooperation on Child Labour in Agriculture (IPCCLA) and hosted by the General Agricultural Workers’ Union of the Ghana Trades Union Congress (GAWU) ADOPTED in Accra, 30 September 2017.

  3. Child labour in the primary production of sugarcane

    29 September 2017

  4. ENHANCE project Newsletter, Second Edition, September 2017

    21 September 2017

  5. Global estimates of child labour: Results and trends, 2012-2016 - Frequently asked questions

    19 September 2017

  6. Global Estimates of Child Labour: Results and trends, 2012-2016

    19 September 2017

    The 2017 Global Estimates present the scale, prevalence, and key characteristics of child labour in the world today.

  7. Child labour in cotton - A briefing

    26 July 2017

  8. ILO IPEC+ Flagship Strategy - International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour and Modern Slavery

    06 June 2017

  9. Agricultural Sub-Sector Child Labour Surveys. Children working in the cultivation and processing of Inland Fishing Stocks, Sugarcane, and Beans and Pulses in Myanmar

    27 April 2017

    This research study is intended to stimulate a broader discussion on the cause and consequences of child labour in agricultural sub-sectors in Myanmar. As one of the few systematic investigations into children working in agricultural sub-sectors, evidence will inform policy and programmatic strategy.

  10. Background Report for the National Action Plan on child labour in Myanmar - An overview of issues to be considered in the development of the NAP

    27 April 2017

    In order for the NAP to provide lasting changes in the lives of children and young people, the demographic, socio-cultural and economic characteristics described here must be taken into consideration when formulating the NAP and designing its strategies.