Resources on Corporate Social Responsibility and child labour

2013

  1. Publication

    Production of a Guidance Tool on “How to do Business with Respect for Children’s Right to be Free from Child Labour” - Concept Note

    13 March 2013

    This joint ILO‐International Organization of Employers (IOE) project will provide guidance on how companies can avoid child labour and contribute to child labour remediation, whether in their own operations or in their supply chains, through appropriate policies, due diligence and remediation processes.

2011

  1. Instructional material

    Growing up protected: A handbook for the protection of adolescent workers

    01 June 2011

    The Manual looks to promote compliance with legal working conditions for adolescent workers in Chile as stated in the Labour Code, ILO Conventions, the Convention on the Rights of the Child, and other international standards. Through simple texts, suggestions for action and clear definitions, it aims to expose all of the issues that the hiring of adolescent workers entails.

  2. Publication

    Adopt a school

    11 January 2011

    A Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE) Initiative

2010

  1. Factsheet

    The International Cocoa Initiative - CSR Case Study

    01 October 2010

  2. Factsheet

    Prevention and Elimination of Child Labour in Global Supply Chains: the Soccer Ball Industry in Pakistan - CSR Case Study

    01 October 2010

  3. Fact sheet

    Private Sector contributions to combating child labour in sugarcane in El Salvador - CSR Case Study

    01 October 2010

  4. Fact sheet

    Tripartite social forums for banana and flower production in Ecuador - CSR Case Study

    01 October 2010

  5. Publication

    What can employers do? - How to prevent and eliminate the worst forms of child labour

    01 September 2010

    This brochure is aimed to help employers and their associations understand and take action against child labour also serve as a guide of practicalactions that employers and employers¿ organizations can take in preventing and eliminating child labour in Kosovo.

  6. Good practice

    Owning up to safe work - How employers learned the value in protecting young employees

    01 June 2010

  7. Good practice

    Communities and the private sector join hands to address child labour

    01 May 2010

    Due to the high prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Zambia, a large number of children are forced into child labour at the expense of going to school. As a response to this and with the help of a local bank, the Livingstone Anglican Children's Project (LACP) launched a programme to address child labour in 2009.