Child Labour resources

May 2021

  1. Together we can eradicate Child Labour

    Ms Dagmar Walter, Director ILO India, spoke at the MoU signing event between the South Asia Initiative to End Violence against Children (SAIEVAC) and the International Labour Organization (ILO)

April 2021

  1. Promotion of Decent Work Opportunities for the Economic Empowerment of Vulnerable Segments of Society (Project fact sheet)

    Decent Work is a measure to reduce poverty and inequalities in the society. This project proposed three distinct sets of interventions to promote decent work opportunities in Pakistan for vulnerable groups including Child and Bonded Labourers in Brick Kiln Sector, Social Protection; and engaging Pakistani diaspora in Italy.

  2. Continued strengthening of stakeholders on National Social Protection database

    Series of trainings conducted to support the National Centralized database on Social Protection

  3. Nepal Child Labour Report 2021

    The child labour report covers the data on child labour and child labour in hazardous occupations with disaggregation on age, sex, geography, cast and ethnicity in Nepal. It also covers the information on parental income and education level as the key drivers of child labour with some policy recommendations to eliminate child labour in Nepal.

  4. Need for a rigorous effort to eliminate child labour in Nepal

    ILO Nepal and Central Bureau of Statistics in Nepal have jointly released the Nepal Child Labour Report 2021. The report highlights key data and analysis crucial to end child labour in the country, and reveals how the progress in human development indicators has direct impact on the status of child labour.

  5. Activity-based learning: Supporting enterprises at a time of crisis

    As enterprises in the Asia-Pacific are hard hit by COVID-19, Charles Bodwell, ILO Enterprise Development Specialist for East and South-East Asia and the Pacific, reflects on the ILO’s ongoing support for enterprises through activity-based learning trainings.

  6. Preventing children from pesticides – visual facilitator’s guide contextualized to Pakistan

    ILO and FAO’s co-produced tool “Protecting children from pesticides - Visual facilitator's guide” contextualized to Pakistan for simplified understanding and appropriate navigating the risks associated with pesticides.

  7. Stakeholders reaffirm commitment to eradicate child labour in Pakistan

    The ILO Office for Pakistan convened national consultative workshop in Islamabad to present Asia Regional Child Labour (ARC) Project to stakeholders, solicit inputs for validating/amending the priority sectors for in-depth research and interventions and assessing stakeholders’ needs to address child labour in the priority sectors. The ARC project is a four year project funded by United Kingdom’s Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office.

February 2021

  1. Employment-Intensive public works (EIPWs) to create employment

    This study describes the feasibility of applying employment-intensive public works as a means of addressing the loss of jobs and income resulting from the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 in Pakistan.

  2. National Working Children Survey 2018 of Thailand

    National Statistical Office of Thailand, in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour and the International Labour Organization (ILO) conducted a nation-wide survey on child labour.