Resources on hazardous child labour


  1. Instructional material

    Steps toward determining hazardous child labour - toolkit (CD-Rom)

    01 October 2006

    This CD has been prepared upon the request of ILO member countries to assist them in determining HCL for the first time or in revising their existing lists. Materials are reproduced in either their original language if in English, Spanish or French, or as translated into these three languages. It is an "exe" file. Save the file into your desktop and click on it to unzip. Then burn the contents onto a CD-ROM.

  2. Training guide

    Tackling hazardous child labour in agriculture: Guidance on policy and practice - Toolkit

    01 October 2006

    This toolkit has been produced to help policy-makers ensure that agriculture is a priority sector for the elimination of child labour. The guidebooks included in this package provide policy-makers and stakeholder organizations with information and ideas needed to plan, formulate and implement policies and programmes to tackle hazardous child labour in agriculture.

  3. Publication

    Time-Bound Programme Baseline Survey, Integrative Report, Manila Philippines.

    01 March 2006

  4. Instructional material

    Guidelines to promote decent work for young ex-child laborers in marginalized urban zones

    01 January 2006

    This proposal of guidelines is framed within the "Prevention and Eradication of Child Labour in the Garbage Dumps of El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras" Project of IPEC with the economic support of the Italian Cooperation.

  5. Training pack

    Training resource pack on the elimination of hazardous child labour in agriculture

    01 January 2006

    This pack contains the following:Book 1: A Trainer's GuideBook 2: Training Course Activities for FarmersBook 3: Additional Resources for Trainers


  1. Publication

    Employers' demand for child labour in the pyrotechnics and fashion accessories industries in the Philippines

    01 December 2005

    The objectives of the study are to determine and analyze findings (reasons, socioeconomic contexts, employers) to formulate policies that will address the child labour problem from the demand side.