Publications on child labour

2019

  1. A review of social safety-net programmes to make them more responsive to the needs of child labour in Bangladesh

    04 September 2019

    This report reviews the existing social safety-net programmes of Bangladesh to find out how the child labour issue has been addressed (directly or indirectly) through the social safety-net programmes and suggests possible ways to fill the gaps in this regard.

  2. Child labour monitoring in action in North-West Bangladesh

    04 September 2019

    As part of ILO’s technical cooperation with the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh (GOB), a CLMS was piloted in the remote rural areas of the Northwest of the country.

  3. Survey on Child Labour in Agriculture in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon: The Case of Syrian Refugees

    27 June 2019

    This report explores the experiences of child labour among Syrian refugees located near agricultural areas in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley.

  4. The International Labour Organization and the US Department of Labor Partnership to eliminate child labour and forced labour

    25 June 2019

  5. 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.

  6. World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) 2019: Activities around the world

    12 June 2019

  7. TOGETHER for a brighter future without child labour

    07 June 2019

    Celebrating the World Day Against Child Labour 2019, we look back at a century of struggle and forward to future challenges and opportunities. The thematic debate will focus on the major transformations being experienced in the world of work, whether the result of technology, environmental or demographic, and what this means for the youngest in society.

  8. ILO Convention No. 182 at a glance (vietnamese version)

    20 May 2019

  9. World Day Against Child Labour 2019 Poster (Regional Initiative LAC version)

    13 May 2019

  10. Accelerating action for the elimination of child labour in supply chains in Africa (ACCEL Africa)

    11 May 2019