Resources on hazardous child labour

2002

  1. Publication

    Nepal - Bonded labour among child workers of the Kamaiya system: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 5)

    01 December 2002

  2. Publication

    Tanzania - Child labour in mining: a rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 15)

    01 December 2002

  3. Publication

    Executive Summary Baseline for the prevention and gradual elimination of child labour in the flower industry in the districts of Cayambe and Pedro Moncayo, Ecuador

    01 October 2002

    This study was made with the objetive to identify 1,000 children working on flower farms in Cayambe and Pedro Moncayo, determine their working conditions and family and educational situation, discover their perceptions of their work, identify dangerous processes, explore the dynamics and relationships related to social responses to child labour in the flower industry, and identify the characteristics of the socio-economic situation in this districts.

  4. Publication

    In-depth analysis of the situation of working street children in Moscow 2001

    01 January 2002

    Based on data from a survey of 1,500 street children, 81 employers from various industries and 95 experts from governmental and nongovernmental organizations.

  5. Publication

    In-depth analysis of the situation of working street children in the Leningrad 2001

    01 January 2002

    This report presents the results of a comprehensive study and quantitative estimates and other data descriptive of working street children, their occupations and conditions of work, and reasons that drive children to seek independent sources of income. It also provides an analysis of children¿s attitudes and expectations.

  6. Publication

    Children at work: Health and safety risks (second edition)

    01 January 2002

    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.