Child Labour resources

September 1997

  1. Flyer on Combating Child Labour in Pakistan

    A part of the IPEC Pakistan information kit.

March 1997

  1. Combating child labour in Pakistan - 1997

    A part of the IPEC Pakistan information kit.

October 1996

  1. Combating Child Labour IPEC Action Programmes 1996

    A part of the IPEC Pakistan information kit.

  2. Pakistan: Summary results of child labour survey in Pakistan (1996)

    Summary of findings of a child labour survey conducted in Pakistan by the Federal Bureau of Statistics, in collaboration with the Ministry of Labour, Manpower and Overseas Pakistanis and the ILO in 1996.

January 1996

  1. No time for play

    Some three to five million Filipino children are forced to work because of poverty, landlessness and war. They are everywhere - in cities as well as far-flung villages, laboring in factories, sugarcane plantations, even the depths of mine tunnels. This video examines the plight of Filipino working children and looks at what is being done to help them.

November 1995

  1. IPEC Newsletter - 1995

    A part of the IPEC Pakistan information kit.

  2. Helping the hard ones: Child scavengers of the Philippines

    This case study describes an experimental programme with scavenger children at the huge garbage dump in Manila, Philippines known as Smokey Mountain. The study shows the model that was used, the process by which it was developed, and the insights gained about child scavenging and its physical and emotional effects. The intention is to give a practitioner's perspective on the difficulties and importance of child labour work.

November 1992

  1. Smokey mountain project and lessons learned

    Ten years ago the ILO chance to pilot a project for child scavengers Smokey Mountain was a huge dumpsite located near the pier for domestic at Tondo, Manila used for all the garbage trash of Metro Manila.

June 1992

  1. Child workers engaged in scavenging in Metro Manila: Project report

    The general concerns of protection, regulation, prohibition and rehabilitation of child labour, especially in hazardous occupations, should be a priority in both the national and local development plans of the Philippine administration.

August 1989

  1. A Pilot Project on Child Workers Engaged in Scavenging in Metro Manila

    The pilot project is a technical cooperation programme between the Philippine Government and the International Labour Organization, implemented by the Department of Labor and Employment. The project has tested a programmatic and organizational approach to address the problems of child workers in the pilot site.