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AboutThe Measurement, awareness-raising and policy engagement project to accelerate action against child labour and forced labour (MAP16 Project) is a development cooperation project managed by the International Labour Organization and funded by the United States Department of Labor.
This project aims to build and apply the critical knowledge needed to inform policy choices to combat child labour and forced labour and to support measures to address these challenges in key countries, regions and sectors.
There are four key areas of work:
- Conducting research on child labour and forced labour
- Advocating and communicating to target audiences
- Taking action in countries and region
- Supporting global partnerships