Resources on child labour and education

2003

  1. Publication

    Indigenous and tribal children: Assessing child labour and education challenges

    01 June 2003

    Child Labour and education working paper on indigenous children and cooperatives.A joint IPEC & INDISCO - COOP publication.

  2. Publication

    How IPEC works with teachers

    01 March 2003

2002

  1. Instructional material

    Supporting children's rights through education, the arts, and media (SCREAM): Education Pack

    01 December 2002

    The SCREAM programme offers a unique opportunity to engage a wide range of communiy actors and organizations in the promotion of social justice and universally recognized human and labour rights. For more information see: www.ilo.org/scream

  2. Publication

    Child labour and education: an IPEC perspective

    01 December 2002

  3. Publication

    SCREAM Education Pack

    01 December 2002

  4. Publication

    Coming together: From confrontation to collaboration, a tale of trade unions joining hands against child labour

    01 December 2002

    The International Labour Office (ILO), New Delhi, and the Andhra Pradesh Federation of Trade Unions for the Elimination of Child Labour (APFTUCL) have pleasure in presenting this booklet, Coming together: From Confrontation to Collaboration - A Tale of Trade UnionsJoining Hands Against Child Labour, describing the joint initiatives of six trade unions in combating child labour in the State of Andhra Pradesh, India.

  5. Publication

    Executive Summary. Analysis of the Policy and Strategy Educatives Context

    01 October 2002

    The analysis of the context of educational policy and strategies in Ecuador includes the philosophy, proposals, agreements and recommendations made by ILO-IPEC, and recommends projects and programmes to lead to the eliminationof the worst forms of child labour through efficient, effective, pertinent and sustainable actions for including the issue in government policies and those of the government and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Recreation.

  6. Publication

    An assessment of education and the worst forms of child labour: How do education policies and programs work (or not work) for children?

    01 July 2002

    The general objective of the study was to analyze the linkage between education and child labour, especially those engaged in the worst forms of labour.

  7. Instructional material

    Non-formal education and rural skills training: Tools to combat the worst forms of child labour, including trafficking

    01 May 2002

    The paper aims to contribute to more effective non-formal education and rural skills training, and ultimately prevent children from being drawn into the worst forms of child labour.

2000

  1. Publication

    From exploitation to education: action against the worst forms of child labour through education and training

    01 April 2000

    World Education Forum Dakar, Senegal, 26 - 28 April 2000