Resources on hazardous child labour

2002

  1. Publication

    Children at work: Health and safety risks (second edition)

    01 January 2002

    This publication provides information on hazardous occupations so that priorities can be set by the legislators, policy-makers and authorities at national, municipal and community levels, including traditional leaders. The main feature of this publication is to propose a strategy from a health perspective to address the problem of child labour. It identifies a possible model which may be of interest to a broad audience.

2001

  1. Publication

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

    01 December 2001

  2. Publication

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

    01 December 2001

  3. Publication

    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.

  4. Publication

    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.

  5. Publication

    In-depth analysis of the situation of working street children in St. Petersburg 2000

    01 January 2001

    Based on a survey of more than 1,000 street children conducted in August-September 2000 in Sankt-Petersburg, Russian Federation, analyses the working and social conditions of street children, the causes of child work and the role of regional government and nongovernmental organizations in protection of children's rights.