World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) 2017: In conflicts and disasters - Protect children from child labour
20 April 2017
03 April 2017
As part of the wider UN response to the Syrian refugee crisis, the ILO has adopted a development-focused and employment-driven strategy to support host communities and refugees so as to maintain and reinforce the social and economic stability of the affected neighbouring countries (Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt). This addresses in particular the key strategic direction of the 3RP of investing in livelihoods and employment opportunities to better equip refugees and host community members to provide for themselves and their families.
17 March 2017
The 2015 National Child Labour Survey (NCLS) was a nationwide survey designed to collect data on demographic and socio-economic characteristics of working children aged 5-17 years. It is a second national child labour survey conducted in the country. The first survey was conducted in 2002.
06 March 2017
22 February 2017
Preparatory Meeting of the Americas to the IV Global Conference on Sustained Eradication of Child Labour Buenos Aires, February 22-23, 2017
Follow-up to the resolution concerning decent work in global supply chains: Roadmap for the programme of action
20 February 2017
This document presents a roadmap for the implementation of the programme of action on decent work in global supply chains, as requested by the decision of GB.328/INS/5/1(Add.1)
08 February 2017
Optimizing compliance with child labour legislation through strategic collaboration of labour inspection and child labour monitoring programmes, Brief 1, January 2017
07 February 2017
Labour inspectorates, together with other public institutions and in collaboration with social partners, have long been active in addressing child labour and its worst forms through the combined use of advisory and enforcement actions. Despite these efforts, child labour continues to be a concern worldwide and, in most countries, inspectorates could leverage the action of other relevant players, among which are child labour monitors. Whilst many good practices of collaboration are recognised, it is also true that the synergies of these two mechanisms are not well known and thus there is the potential to improve collaboration.
Third-party monitoring of measures against child labour and forced labour during the 2016 cotton harvest in Uzbekistan
01 February 2017
This report has been prepared by the ILO at the request of the World Bank for the third party monitoring of the World Bank-financed projects in agriculture, water and education sectors in Uzbekistan. The ILO is grateful for the cooperation of the tripartite constituents of Uzbekistan, and in particular the Federation of Trade Unions of Uzbekistan, in the monitoring and assessment process. The ILO has tried to reflect the constructive comments received from its partners throughout the process. In line with their request, it has formulated concrete suggestions for further work by the constituents, including cooperation involving the ILO and the World Bank. The ILO alone is responsible for the conclusions drawn in this report.
20 October 2016
The Survey was carried out by the National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia (NSS) in collaboration with the The ILO's project “Global Research on Child Labour Measurement and Policy Development” (MAP)