Child Labour resources

January 1998

  1. Update Sialkot - Issue 2

  2. Alternatives to child labour: a review of action programmes with a skills training component in Asia

    Reviews, evaluates and documents the strong and weak points of the nineteen action programmes with a skills training component to combat child labour. Identifies areas where ILO/IPEC could provide additional inputs to maximize the impact.

  3. Child labour in Cambodia: an overview

    An overview of child labour in Cambodia.

  4. Combating trafficking in children for labour exploitation in the Mekong sub-region: a proposed framework for ILO-IPEC action and proceedings of a Mekong sub-regional consultation

    Presents research on the nature and magnitude of trafficking in the Mekong sub-region and outlines the key characteristics of the ILO-IPEC framework for action to combat trafficking in children. Includes the proceedings, group work and presentations of the preceding sub-regional meeting.

  5. The situation of child labour in Thailand: a comprehensive report

    A comprehensive report on the situation of child labour in Thailand.

  6. Thailand country study towards a best practice guide on sustainable action against child labour

    Examines actions against child labour implemented, planned or proposed in Thailand, focusing on work which, over the past 15 years, has or could make a difference in the battle against child labour.

December 1997

  1. Combating child labour - IPEC in Pakistan

    This brochure reflects upon IPEC Pakistan's past, present and future efforts towards elimination of child labour in Pakistan.

  2. NEPAL: Migration of Working Children in Nepal (1995-96)

    A report on the study on “Migration of Working Children” in Nepal done using the Migration and Employment Survey, 1996.

October 1997

  1. Update Sialkot - Issue 1

September 1997

  1. NEPAL: Child Labour Situation in Nepal (Report From Migration and Employment Survey, 1995/96)

    A report on the child labour situation in Nepal in 1995-96. The study was carried out as a sub-set of a larger study on the migration and employment situation in Nepal.