SCREAM resources and news

2020

  1. SCREAM Programme

    Tackling child labour and empowering children in Syria

    06 August 2020

    In Syria, SCREAM was implemented in four targeted governorates: Aleppo, Damascus, Rural Damascus and Homs. The SCREAM activities were planned and carried out in coordination with key partners, including the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour (MOSAL), UNHCR and three NGO’s: Al Nada, Child Care and Al Nama’a.

  2. Child labour

    Students in Hanoi speak out against child labour through artistic expression

    26 February 2020

    Students in Hanoi raise awareness on child labour through drama performances as part of the programme, Supporting Children’s Rights through Education, Arts and the Media (SCREAM), which is being implemented across the country with support from ILO.

2019

  1. Publication

    SCREAM Music Module

    13 June 2019

    This new SCREAM module on music is the fifteenth “core” module of the SCREAM Education Pack, designed to be used in conjunction with its other key modules on Basic Information, Image, Role-play and Drama. Music has long been part of advocacy efforts against child labour, with both children and adults reaching out to communities through concerts and songs, using music as part of street theatre and drama performances, as well as having solidarity concerts given by youth orchestras in support of the children around the world who are affected by this scourge.

2015

  1. Publication

    World Organization of the Scout Movement combats Child Labour: Public-Private Partnership

    06 October 2015

    The partnership connects the 40 million-strong Scout Movement with the ILO’s International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC), with a particular focus on its Supporting Children’s Rights through Education, the Arts and Media programme (SCREAM). SCREAM is an education and social mobilization initiative that empowers children and youth by equipping them with knowledge and skills to participate actively in the campaign against child labour and to work for social change.

  2. Good Practice

    Let’s join hands to fight child labour: SCREAM module on HIV, AIDS and child labour in Uganda

    22 January 2015

  3. Good Practice

    Teachers’ trade unions mainstream the topic of child labour in education curricula for children and teachers in Tajikistan

    22 January 2015

  4. Good Practice

    Mobilizing public action in Paraguay

    22 January 2015

  5. Good Practice

    Emerging good practice on involving children through the SCREAM programme in Malawi

    22 January 2015

  6. Good Practice

    SCREAM national adaptation recommended by the Ministry of Education and Science and applied in schools in Kyrgyzstan

    22 January 2015

  7. Good Practice

    Children and journalists rise up against child labour in Kenya

    22 January 2015