Publications on child labour


  1. Journée mondiale contre le travail des enfants (WDACL) 2018: Génération « Sécurité et santé » - Invitation évènement de Genève

    23 May 2018

  2. Convening Actors to Develop and Implement Strategies to Reduce Child Labour and Improve Working Conditions in Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining (CARING GOLD MINING PROJECT): Fact sheet

    09 May 2018

    The CARING GOLD MINING PROJECT in the Philippines will address the problem of child labour and poor working conditions in artisanal and small-scale gold mining (ASGM) operations by supporting the sector towards setting-up of legal and regulated Peoples’ Small-Scale Mines (Minahang Bayan) that are compliant with environmental, health and labour standards.

  3. Project Updates - My-PEC Newsletter - Volume No. 6 (January - June 2017)

    30 April 2018

  4. Improving the Safety and Health of Young Workers

    28 April 2018

  5. Generation Safe & Healthy - Key Messages

    28 April 2018

  6. Jamaica Youth Activity Survey 2016 Report

    27 April 2018

    The Jamaica National Youth Activity Survey (JYAS) 2016 is the product of a partnership between the Statistical Institute of Jamaica and the International Labour Organization (ILO). It is the first stand-alone survey of children’s activities conducted nationally. The main objective of the survey is to collect comprehensive information on children’s engagement in economic activities.

  7. Brief: The ILO Response to the Syrian Refugee Crisis

    20 April 2018

    Within the framework of the Regional Refugee Response and Resilience Plan (3RP), the ILO has adopted a development-focused and employment-driven strategy to support host communities and refugees in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. It aims to preserve social and economic stability and enhance resilience at the national level, in line with national plans and chapters of the 3RP. Embedded in the principles of decent work, the ILO strategy builds on its core mandate to promote employment, social dialogue, social protection and international labour standards.

  8. World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) 2018: Generation Safe & Healthy

    12 April 2018

  9. Ethiopia National Child Labour Survey (NCLS) 2015

    05 April 2018

    The Ethiopia NCLS 2015 was conducted by the Ethiopia Central Statistical Agency (CSA) in May 2015 and collected information on the demographic characteristics of the population, including their education, health, employment, migration, and housing characteristics. The Ethiopia NCLS 2015 is second of its kind and it covered 721 enumeration areas both in urban and rural settings with a total of 21,300 households interviewed having at least one target child aged 5 to 17 years.

  10. Third-party monitoring of measures against child labour and forced labour during the 2017 cotton harvest in Uzbekistan

    01 February 2018

    This report has been prepared by the International Labour Office pursuant to an agreement between the ILO and the World Bank to carry out third-party monitoring of the World Bank-financed projects in agriculture, water and education sectors in Uzbekistan. Third party monitoring was undertaken and reported on also in 2015 and 2016. The ILO is grateful for the cooperation of the tripartite constituents of Uzbekistan in the monitoring and assessment process. The ILO has tried to reflect the constructive comments and input received from national governmental and non-governmental organizations, including civil society representatives, throughout the process. In line with the request of its partners in Uzbekistan the report contains a number of concrete suggestions for further opportunities, including cooperation involving the ILO and the World Bank. The ILO alone is responsible for the conclusions in this report.