Orientation Session with the student of Sindh University to produce documentaries on child labour

Under this programme, it is expected to raise interest and attract the future generation of media personnel at universities to be part of the movement against child labour and to mould them as activists from the studentship who will then take proactive actions to change the perceptions and attitudinal behaviour of society when they join the labour force in future. For this purpose, the CACL II Project provides opportunities for the mass communication & media students (on academic merit) of selected universities to do research studies and to produce visual media products (video documentary, short films, etc.) on various aspects of child labour including its causes, consequences, and impacts on development issues such as poverty, education, law enforcement, socio-economic development, cultural barriers and social norms.

For further information please contact:

Mr Sujeewa Fonseka
Chief Technical Adviser
Combating Abusive Child Labour (CACL II)
ILO Country Office for Pakistan

Tel.: +92 51 2276456