1. Publication

    Findings of the follow-up study on former child labourers trained on entrepreneurship and apprenticeship - The cases of Kisumu and Nairobi cities, Kenya

    25 March 2014

    This study sought to find out if there was any added advantage that entrepreneurship skills training had on the trainees and it compares post training progression between trainees who had received entrepreneurship training to those who in addition received business start-up kit.


  1. Good practices

    Good practices in tackling child labour through education - Selected examples from the IPEC TACKLE Project

    10 October 2013

    The objective of the TACKLE project was to contribute to the withdrawal of children engaged in child labour and to prevent further entry of children into employment by offering them alternative education and training opportunities and thereby contributing towards poverty reduction.

  2. Publication

    Jamaica: Child Labour Handbook for Professionals

    30 April 2013

    The purpose of the handbook is to provide guidelines for professionals who may/will encounter instances of child labour in the course of their work. Against the background of law, international convention and research findings, the handbook is intended to assist with prioritizing and taking effective action to address child labour situations, always conducting such activities in the best interest of the children.


  1. Document

    Training courses held at the ITC-ILO in Turin

    28 November 2012

  2. Document

    TACKLE Fiji: Case Study: Mainstreaming monitoring and enforcement

    24 May 2012

  3. Document

    Jamaica: Poems and pictures from students at Children First Remedial Centres

    15 March 2012

  4. Publication

    Jamaica: Child labour legislative gap analysis

    15 March 2012


  1. Publication

    Child labour in Papua New Guinea: Report on the rapid assessment in Port Moresby on commercial sexual exploitation of children and children working on the streets, 2011

    01 December 2011

    The Report of child labour in Papua New Guinea provides an overview of the processes, key findings and recommendations of the Child Labour Research Surveys, supported through the TACKLE project, in two sectors in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea including: i. Commercial sexual exploitation of children; ii. Children working on the streets.

  2. Good Practice

    Incorporating child labour datasets into national survey

    01 November 2011

  3. Good practice

    Community based approach for the eradication of child labour

    01 November 2011