12 June 2022
12 June marks the World Day Against Child Labour under the theme “Universal Social Protection to End Child Labour.” On this day, the ILO, together with its constituents and partners, is calling for increased investment in social protection systems and schemes to establish solid social protection floors and protect children from child labour. The 2022 World Day Against Child Labour will take place shortly after the 5th Global Conference on Child Labour.
15 - 20 May 2022
The Government of South Africa will host the 5th Global Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour.
25 March 2022
2 - 3 March 2022
A meeting organized by Alliance 8.7's pathfinder countries to demonstrate that "zero tolerance" of the worst forms of human exploitation is a shared responsibility.
2 - 3 November 2021
The event will explore region-specific ideas for action, which will inform the design of large-scale programmes, projects, and investments at the country-level. It will also take into account the different sub-sectors of agriculture and food systems at large.
21 October 2021
Join us for the 2021 Edition of the ILO Child Labour Platform Annual Meeting and hear from Pledgemakers focusing their efforts on supply chains discuss what progress has been made so far in the framework of the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour.
18 August 2021
The Dialogue is part of the campaign to eliminate child labour in Indonesia and part of the response to the Roadmap towards a Child Labour-Free Indonesia in 2022.
15 - 16 June 2021
Business leaders, government officials, civil society leaders, academia and more gather from around the world for a 26-hour virtual summit.
12 June - 12 July 2021
The massive campaign will be conducted by the ILO in collaboration with Cause Indonesia, an organization that provides a virtual platform and community, through a virtual race by inviting more than 5,000 participants nationwide to be involved and to be part of the social movement against child labour.
12 June 2021
This year’s World Day Against Child Labour focuses on action taken for the 2021 International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour. It is the first World Day since the universal ratification of the ILO’s Convention No. 182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour, and takes place at time when the COVID-19 crisis threatens to reverse years of progress in tackling the problem.