eLearning Tools on Child Labour

  1. eLearning tools on child labour

    The eLearning tools are designed to help to better understand what child labour is and the key role ILO stakeholders can play.

A mobile application against child labour

  1. Eliminating and preventing child labour: Checkpoints for Companies

    This app allows business managers and auditors to create interactive checklists that will help them ensure a child labour-free operation. There are 18 checkpoints in total, divided into six categories. Each checkpoint provides best-practice recommendations for taking action.

Child Labour

  1. ILO celebrates the universal ratification of Convention No. 182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour

  2. Marking its universal ratification, ITUC extols the importance of ILO Convention No. 182

  3. IOE congratulates the ILO and the international community on the universal ratification of C182

  4. Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi celebrates the universal ratification of ILO Convention No.182

  5. Millions of children across the globe continue to be exploited


  1. Launch of the Initiative for the Fight against Child Labour by the Private Sector in Morocco (ILTESAM)

    27 April 2021

    As part of global efforts to mark the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour, the General Confederation of Moroccan Enterprises (CGEM), in collaboration with the ILO’s project MAP16, is organizing the official launch of its platform ILTESAM, the Initiative for the Fight against Child Labour by the Private Sector in Morocco.

  2. Launch of the Trade for Decent Work Project- Ghana

    27 - 28 April 2021

    The Ghana project aims at improving the application of the ILO Fundamental Conventions as well as compliance with reporting obligations to the ILO supervisory bodies, in particular regarding child labour and the worst forms of child labour, in sectors with high incidence such as the cocoa sector, and related conventions contributing to decent work in those sectors and connected activities in the local and global value chains such as all services and transport.

  1. 2017 Global Estimates of Child labour

    Results and trends, 2012-2016

    The report charts how far we have come and how far we still have to go to honour the commitment to end child labour. It also discusses key policy priorities in the campaign to reach the 2025 target. The report, and the global estimation exercise that underpins it, form part of a broader inter-agency effort under Alliance 8.7 to measure and monitor progress towards target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals.

  2. World Report

    Ending child labour by 2025: A review of policies and programmes

    The latest Global Estimates indicate that 152 million children — 64 million girls and 88 million boys — are in child labour globally, accounting for almost one in 10 of all children worldwide. How can the world community get firmly on track toward eliminating child labour? This report points the way with policy approaches and responses.

  3. Report

    Ending child labour, forced labour and human trafficking in global supply chains

    The report presents research findings and recommendations on child labour, forced labour and human trafficking in global supply chains. Jointly authored by the ILO, OECD, IOM and UNICEF under the aegis of Alliance 8.7, the report also represents the first ever attempt to measure these human rights abuses and violations on a large scale.

Videos on child labour