Resources on Corporate Social Responsibility and child labour


  1. 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.

  2. Good practice

    El Salvador: Elimination of the worst forms of child labour in sugarcane sector: A different world is possible

    01 May 2010

    In the process of eliminating child labour in El Salvador, the creation of an enabling environment and the development of direct interventions are essential.

  3. Good practice

    Code of conduct: The contribution of the tourism industry in the fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children

    01 May 2010

    As a response to the prevalence of child sex tourism in Costa Rica, the tourism industry has committed itself to protect children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism.


  1. Publication

    Eliminating child labour. Guides for the employers

    23 January 2008

    This package, which consists of three practical guides, is designed to help businesses and their organizations understand and take action against child labour. They provide ideas, advice and examples for the prevention of child labour, the withdrawal of child from work and the protection of young workers from hazardous conditions. The guides deal with: Introduction to the issue of child labour; How employers can eliminate child labour; The role of employers organizations' in combating child labour.


  1. Training guide

    Tackling hazardous child labour in agriculture: Guidance on policy and practice - Toolkit

    01 October 2006

    This toolkit has been produced to help policy-makers ensure that agriculture is a priority sector for the elimination of child labour. The guidebooks included in this package provide policy-makers and stakeholder organizations with information and ideas needed to plan, formulate and implement policies and programmes to tackle hazardous child labour in agriculture.


  1. Guidelines

    Guidelines for developing child labour monitoring (CLM) processes

    01 December 2005

    This document is a part of the Child labour monitoring resource kit.These guidelines provide information on how to design, develop and operate child labour monitoring along with practical examples that will help to adapt the model to specific child labour situations.


  1. Instructional material

    Combating child labour: A handbook for labour inspectors

    01 December 2002