12 June 2022
12 June marks the World Day Against Child Labour under the theme “Universal Social Protection to End Child Labour.” On this day, the ILO, together with its constituents and partners, is calling for increased investment in social protection systems and schemes to establish solid social protection floors and protect children from child labour. The 2022 World Day Against Child Labour will take place shortly after the 5th Global Conference on Child Labour.
15 - 20 May 2022
The Government of South Africa will host the 5th Global Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour.
25 March 2022
2 - 3 March 2022
A meeting organized by Alliance 8.7's pathfinder countries to demonstrate that "zero tolerance" of the worst forms of human exploitation is a shared responsibility.
2 - 3 November 2021
The event will explore region-specific ideas for action, which will inform the design of large-scale programmes, projects, and investments at the country-level. It will also take into account the different sub-sectors of agriculture and food systems at large.
21 October 2021
Join us for the 2021 Edition of the ILO Child Labour Platform Annual Meeting and hear from Pledgemakers focusing their efforts on supply chains discuss what progress has been made so far in the framework of the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour.
22 September 2021
Join Nobel Laureates, world leaders, child labour survivor-advocates, and youth activists to explore routes to end child labour and child poverty in the face of rapidly growing inequality for the world's most marginalised children. This event is hosted by Laureates and Leaders for Children and co-sponsored by the Government of Sweden, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the International Labour Organization.
Construction Occupational Safety and Health Trainings for Safety Officers II and Loss Control Management (LCM) plus Hazards Identification, Risk Assessment Control (HIRAC) for Safety Officers III
20 - 30 September 2021
The ILO recognizes that the protection of the worker against sickness, disease and injury arising out of his "employment” as a fundamental element of social justice. Construction is known as high-risk type of work. It is all the more vital to ensure safe and healthy working environment through appreciation and implementation of the OSH programmes in the workplace.
Massive Online Open Course - Business and Decent Work: How enterprises contribute to achieve decent work for all (SDG 8)
6 September - 15 October 2021
24 August 2021
The Special Edition aims to encourage gender perspective research and/or feminist research on labour market in Indonesia and to strengthen gender mainstreaming in public discourse on labor policies in Indonesia.
18 August 2021
The Dialogue is part of the campaign to eliminate child labour in Indonesia and part of the response to the Roadmap towards a Child Labour-Free Indonesia in 2022.
Field test of the training manual on child labour, its laws, policies and programmes in the Philippines
5 - 7 July 2021
The first Field Test of the Training Manual is part of the technical assistance extended by ILO to help address the capacity-building needs of the Ministry of Labor and Employment in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (MOLE-BARMM). The activity is designed to train MOLE’s labor inspectors and key technical staff to gain deeper technical understanding of child labour and to enable the ministry to better respond and address child labour issues in BARMM..
18 June 2021
The African Union, ILO and UNICEF held a virtual Continental event to mark the World Day against Child Labour. The event brought together key actors, who discussed strategies to address child labour, taking a holistic and systemic approach based on the 2020 Global Estimates on Child Labour and related recommendations, which had been launched by the ILO and UNICEF on 10 June.
17 June 2021
The European Commission, ILO and UNICEF invite you to a High-level Dialogue for Action on Child Labour. The event will be part of a Week of action to mark the World Day against child labour.
12 June - 12 July 2021
The massive campaign will be conducted by the ILO in collaboration with Cause Indonesia, an organization that provides a virtual platform and community, through a virtual race by inviting more than 5,000 participants nationwide to be involved and to be part of the social movement against child labour.
12 June 2021
This year’s World Day Against Child Labour focuses on action taken for the 2021 International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour. It is the first World Day since the universal ratification of the ILO’s Convention No. 182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour, and takes place at time when the COVID-19 crisis threatens to reverse years of progress in tackling the problem.
World Day Against Child Labour in the context of International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour in Nepal
11 June 2021
The ILO Country Office for Nepal, in collaboration with UNICEF and the Government of Nepal’s Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security, is organizing a national social dialogue event with ILO constituents and development and policy advocacy partners, on the occasion of World Day Against Child Labour 2021.
10 June 2021
Join us for a high-level virtual side event during the International Labour Conference on the occasion of the World Day Against Child Labour.
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.
23 March 2021
The Global Child Labour Task Force has developed a toolkit to guide humanitarian actors and other agencies in the global community to effectively prevent and respond to child labour in humanitarian action.