Publications on child labour

2019

  1. Suriname Child Labour Survey 2017

    25 January 2019

    The Suriname Child Labour Survey 2017 (SCLS) was conducted by the Research Institute for Social Sciences (IMWO) of the Anton de Kom University of Suriname in collaboration and with technical support of the International Labour Organization (ILO).

  2. Child labour survey 2015 in Lebanon

    10 January 2019

  3. Child labour and the youth decent work deficit in Jamaica

    09 January 2019

2018

  1. Children's work-related illness and injury: Evidence from Georgia

    21 December 2018

  2. Children's work-related illness and injury: Evidence from Armenia

    21 December 2018

  3. Child labour and the youth decent work deficit in Tanzania

    21 December 2018

  4. Ending child labour by 2025: A review of policies and programmes

    10 December 2018

    The latest Global Estimates indicate that 152 million children — 64 million girls and 88 million boys — are in child labour globally, accounting for almost one in 10 of all children worldwide. How can the world community get firmly on track toward eliminating child labour? The International Labour Organization report Ending child labour by 2025: A review of policies and programmes points the way with policy approaches and responses.

  5. Assessment of the effects of annual drought and floods on child labour (hazardous and non-hazardous) and child welfare in Sri Lanka

    30 November 2018

    The study focuses on issues relating to current natural disasters in the context of Sri Lanka, its impact on children and their families, specifically on children’s loss of welfare, schooling, their vulnerabilities to child labour and prevailing child labour in the selected districts.

  6. Understanding child labour and youth employment in Malawi

    23 November 2018

    This report examines the related issues of child labour and youth employment in Malawi. Guided by observed outcomes in terms of schooling, work activities and status in the labour market, the report considers the economic as well as the social determinants of child labour and youth employment.

  7. The Clear Cotton Project

    16 November 2018

    Eliminating child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile and garment value chains: an integrated approach