Resources on child labour

June 2020

  1. World Day against Child Labour 2020

    An advocacy-cum-awareness campaign for child labour elimination was organised jointly by ILO Project ‘Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in Cotton Supply Chain Project’ and Government of Telangana on the occasion of World Day against Child Labour 2020.

  2. Faridkot Band on World Day Against Child Labour

    Faridkot, the psychedelic indie pop band, shares their concern about the risk of children being pushed into labour due to COVID-19 crisis. ‘Act now before it’s too late,” reiterates the group in this video.

  3. Webinar on COVID-19 Protect children from child labour, now more than ever

    ILO along with Ministry of Labour and Employment and VV Giri National Labour Institute worked organized a webinar on the occasion of World Day Against Child Labour.

  4. Act now, to protect children from child labour!

    Ms Dagmar Walter’s message on the occasion of World Day Against Child Labour, 2020 for protecting children from COVID-19 pandemic and its impact.

November 2019

  1. No social justice without achieving Target 8.7

    Ms. Walter Dagmar, Director, DWT South Asia and India, addresses the gathering on behalf of ILO’s Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific, Ms. Tomoko Nishimoto at the inaugural session of the Asia Regional Conference on Alliance 8.7

June 2019

  1. World Day against Child Labour 2019 in Telangana

    The project provided technical support to the Labour Department, Government of Telangana for a week long awareness generation campaign reaching out to people from all 33 districts of the state.

  2. 'Till everyone can see" – Hindi version

    Launch of the Hindi adaptation of the song, 'Till everyone can see", on the occasion of the World Day against Child Labour (WDACL) 2019. The theme of WDACL is "Children shouldn't work in fields but on dreams". The song video was launched during the Joint ILO-MOLE-VVGNLI event to observe the WDACL on 12 June 2019.

May 2019

  1. Asia Regional Child Labour Programme (ARC)

    The Asia Regional Child Labour Programme (ARC) aims to reduce vulnerability to child labour and enhance protection of children from exploitation in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Myanmar and Pakistan to contribute to the eradication of child labour, particularly its worst forms.

November 2018

  1. MAP16 Project activities in India

June 2017

  1. Hon’ble Minister Labour & Employment ,Bandaru Dattatreya speaks about India’s ratification of child labour conventions

    Bandaru Dattatreya, Minister of Labour & Employment, during the 106th International Labour Conference in Geneva, speaks on India’s historic ratification of fundamental ILO conventions on child labour.