19 August 2014
31 July 2014
There are 168 million children worldwide working in child labour, and more than half of them are doing work that puts their health, safety or even their lives at risk. The International Labour Organization had the opportunity to show what it takes to tackle this important cause during a recent HuffPost Live interview with Corinne Vargha, Chief of the ILO Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch, musician Mike Einziger, and former child labourer Esther Mohanja Sichani.
28 July 2014
The new Code for Children and Adolescents, Law No. 548, of 17 July 2014 published in the Official Gazette of the Government of Bolivia on 23 July 2014, deals with the “Right to protection of the child and adolescent at work” (Chapter VI).
14 July 2014
The coop economy, worth around US$2.5 trillion, plays its part in helping to eliminate child labour – a problem that, although in decline, still affects 168 million children worldwide.
08 July 2014
Text covers training youth for employment, women's employment and equal rights, child labour, human rights, social protection floors, poverty eradication and South-South and triangular cooperation.
26 June 2014
This resource kit seeks to underline how football can be used as a recreational activity in child labour elimination and prevention projects and seeks to promote the participation of girls in football.
25 June 2014
Abject poverty is forcing many Syrian refugee families to send their children to work. In Lebanon, host to over a million refugees from Syria, current and former child labourers held a musical and theatrical performance to mark World Day against Child Labour.
18 June 2014
Project addresses seasonal work by children in hazelnut farming in Turkey.
18 June 2014
In Lebanon, for World Day Against Child Labour on 12 June, the NGO Beyond and the ILO organized a performance of music and theatre with the participation of current and former child labourers.