Partners
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Partners

  1. Governements

    IPEC works with govenments to determine the nature and extent of the child labour problem, assists in devising national policies, and sets up mechanisms to provide in-country ownership and operation of a national programme of action...

  2. Employers

    Employers and their organizations have an indispensable role to play in the fight against child labour. Obviously, the best way for individual enterprises to contribute is to adhere strictly to national laws and regulations which restrict conditions under which children can be employed...

  3. Workers

    IPEC has supported a total of 116 trade union initiatives against child labour in recent years in South East Asia, South Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe. Several activities have been carried out including research, capacity bulding, direct support to working children...

  4. NGOs

    Whether focusing on children's rights, women's rights, education or health, a wide range of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) throughout the world work actively with IPEC. NGOs are often key players in the IPEC multisectoral approach involving governments, employers’ and workers’ organizations and civil society, in the elimination of child labour. Many major IPEC Action Programmes directly involve NGOs or indeed were originated by NGOs themselves...

  5. Teachers

    Teachers and their organizations are especially well placed to help prevent child labour, particularly in the areas of awareness raising, the monitoring of former child labourers and at-risk children and school-based social support, including feeding or health programmes...

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