Publications on child labour

1998

  1. Implementation Report 1998: Action against Child Labour: Lessons and Strategic Priorities for the Future: A Synthesis Report

    01 January 1998

1997

  1. Oslo International Conference on Child Labour - Final Report

    31 October 1997

  2. Statistics on Working Children and Hazardous Child Labour in Brief (First edition)

    29 October 1997

  3. Cambodia National Child Labour Survey 1996

    01 July 1997

    The survey provides information at the national level by urban area and rural area of the Kingdom of Cambodia and was divided into ten domains in terms of geographic coverage, namely Banteay Meanchey, Battambang, Kampong Thom, Pursat, Rattanak Kiri, Siem Reap, Svay Rieng, Phnom Penh and other urban areas (including provincial centres of Banteay Meanchey, Battambang, Kampong Thom, Pursat, Rattanak Kiri, Siem Reap and Svay Rieng) and other rural areas.

  4. Cambodia National Child Labour Survey 1996

    01 July 1997

    The survey provides information at the national level by urban area and rural area of the Kingdom of Cambodia and was divided into ten domains in terms of geographic coverage, namely Banteay Meanchey, Battambang, Kampong Thom, Pursat, Rattanak Kiri, Siem Reap, Svay Rieng, Phnom Penh and other urban areas (including provincial centres of Banteay Meanchey, Battambang, Kampong Thom, Pursat, Rattanak Kiri, Siem Reap and Svay Rieng) and other rural areas.

  5. National report on child labour in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

    01 June 1997

  6. Child Labour Situation in Bangladesh - A Rapid Assessment

    14 April 1997

    This Rapid Assessment of the child labour situation in Bangladesh is part of an ILO-UNICEF joint effort to develop a Rapid Assessment Methodology for collecting reliable and useful information regarding child labour.

  7. Protecting children in the world of work

    01 March 1997

    Labour Education 1997/3 No. 108: The ILO Bureau for Workers’ Activities, in producing this edition devoted to the issue of child labour on the eve of the Oslo Conference, pronounces its pledge to join forces with all partners openly or silently engaged in bringing a prompt end to child exploitation in its worst forms and harnessing all assets to arrest the process and rehabilitate the children who have fallen victims.

  8. Combating the most intolerable forms of child labour: A global challenge. Amsterdam child labour conference report, 26 to 27 February 1997

    01 February 1997

    Organised by the Netherlands Government in close collaboration with the ILO. Ministers from twenty countries (two-thirds of whom were from developing countries), other government representatives from thirteen countries, representatives of employers' organizations and trade unions, representatives of international organizations and NGOs, and representatives of working children's organizations were present.

  9. Child Labour Situation in Nepal 1997

    01 January 1997

    The Child Labour Situation in Nepal study was carried out in 1996 as a sub-set of the 1996 Study on Employment Situation in Nepal. The main objective of this study is to find out level, pattern, and differentials in child labour in Nepal. This study is based on the economic explanation of child labour. Estimates of child labour is primarily based on their participation in economic activities in both absolute as well as relative terms

  10. Children at work: Health and safety risks

    01 January 1997

    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.