Publications on child labour


  1. Child Activity Survey / Summary results of the survey

    01 December 2001

  2. Turkey - Working street children in three metropolitan cities: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 7)

    01 December 2001

  3. Nepal - Situation of child porters: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 6)

    01 December 2001

  4. Nepal - Situation of child rag pickers: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 4)

    01 December 2001

    Aims to gather information on the hazardous conditions facing childrenwho work as ragpickers, known as Khate in Nepalese slang, and the manner in which these children are exploited. Provides details on the nature, processes, and problems of child ragpicking, including the perceptions and behaviours of these children towards education, work and society.

  5. Nepal - Trafficking in girls with special reference to prostitution: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 2)

    01 December 2001

    Aims to shed new light on the plight and lives of Nepalese girls trafficked within their country or across the border to India, for sexual exploitation. More specifically, the study focuses on uncovering the causes,characteristics, magnitude and consequences of these children and their involvement in this hidden worst form, and to offer recommendations based on these findings.

  6. Child Labour in Kyrgyzstan: An Initial Study

    01 December 2001

    This report aims to identify the main problems concerning child labour, which will hopefully increase public understanding of this problem and make it easier to regulate state and international policies to alleviate the problems associated with it.

  7. Labour migration and trafficking within the Greater Mekong Sub-region: proceedings of Mekong sub-regional experts meeting and explanatory policy paper

    01 December 2001

  8. Thailand-Lao PDR, Thailand-Myanmar border areas - Trafficking in children into the worst forms of child labour: a rapid assessment (IWFCL, No. 1)

    01 December 2001

    Covers trafficking of foreign children and teenagers into the worst forms of child labour. Particular attention is paid to the specific vulnerability of refugee-like populations, minorities and stateless populations from Thailand's border area and the neighbouring countries of Lao PDR and Myanmar. Aims to assess the nature, magnitude, causes and consequences of trafficking of minors into the worst forms of child labour.

  9. Nepal - Situation of Domestic Child Labourers in Kathmandu: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 3)

    01 November 2001

    Rapid assessment undertaken in Kathmandu to characterise DCL and to understand the trends in their employment. It provides overall quantitative and qualitative information on the topic of domestic child labour to fill the many gaps in knowledge about this hidden form of work.

  10. Child Activities Survey, Namibia, 1999

    01 January 2001

    The over all objective of 1999 NCAS was to provide baseline data on the activities of the child population in Namibia for planning, policy formulation and the implementation of government development programmes aimed at improving the status of the vulnerable socio-economic groups in the Namibian population, such as children.