Publications on child labour


  1. Georgia National Child Labour Survey 2015 - Analytical Report

    19 September 2016

    The objective of the National Child Labour Survey 2015 conducted by the National Statistics Office of Georgia (GEOSTAT) is to assess the situation, scope, causes and consequences of child labour in Georgia.

  2. Fact sheet Moving towards a child labour free Jordan - 1 January 2011 - 31 August 2016

    12 September 2016

  3. Rapid assessment on child labour in the urban informal sector in Jordan - Governorates of Amman, Mafraq and Irbid

    12 September 2016

    The key objective of this study is to provide up to date and detailed information on the dynamics and characteristics of child labourers who live in urban environments in Jordan and who work in the informal employment sector. While there was no specific intention that the research should focus on a particular nationality, the current situation in Jordan regarding Syrian refugees and national and international interest in how host communities are managing the high numbers of refugees means that the main nationalities focused on in this report are Syrian and Jordanian.

  4. Moving towards a child labour free Jordan – A collection of emerging good practices

    30 August 2016

    These good practices from this ILO-related project aim to document what worked well in creating conditions to prevent or eliminate child labour in Jordan. The examples range from developing a national strategy to combat child labour, documenting the prevalence of child labour, and facilitating communication between government ministries, to devising innovative approaches to address unique situations. Features of each good practice may be transferable to other national and regional contexts.

  5. Executive summary report on Myanmar labour force, child labour and school to work transition survey 2015

    29 August 2016

    The Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security and the Central Statistical Organization of Myanmar conducted a labour force, child labour and school-to-work transition survey (LF-CL-SWTS) from 1st March to 31st March 2015, with the financial and technical support of the International Labour Organization (ILO). The survey covered 23,425 households throughout the country, covering 1,468 enumeration areas (EAs) as delineated in the Myanmar Population and Housing Census of 2014.

  6. National Child Labour Survey 2016 of Jordan: Summary Report on Main Findings

    16 August 2016

    The survey, conducted by the Centre for Strategic Studies in collaboration with ILO, the Ministry of Labour and the Department of Statistics, covers around 20,000 households from across all 12 governorates, including the Zaatari refugee camp. It focuses on working children between the ages of 5–17 years, including Syrian refugees, as well as other migrant worker households resident in Jordan.

  7. Tanzania national child labour survey 2014: Analytical Report

    29 July 2016

    This publication presents the results of the 2014 National Child Labour Survey (NCLS) in Tanzania. Previous child labour surveys were implemented in 2000/01 and 2006. The 2014 NCLS provides an in-depth and comprehensive analysis of the extent, characteristics, causes and consequences of child labour at the country level.

  8. Convening Stakeholders to Develop and Implement Strategies to Reduce Child Labor and Improve Working Conditions in Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining (COSTREC-ASGM): Project fact sheet

    18 July 2016

    The COSTREC-ASGM in the Philippines will address the problem of child labour and poor working conditions in 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.

  9. World Day Against Child Labour 2016: Summary of panel discussion of the Geneva Event

    15 July 2016

    The Summary of panel discussion from the Geneva event to mark the 2016 World Day Against Child Labour

  10. Project Updates - My-PEC Newsletter - Volume No. 4 (February-June 2016)

    01 July 2016