Resources on child labour

June 2015

  1. PAKISTAN: World Day against Child Labour 2015

    A report on the events organized by the ILO Country Office in Pakistan in commemoration of the World Day against Child Labour, June 12, 2015.

  2. Opening Remarks at the Technical Consultation Exploring Education Strategies to Address Child Labour in India

    By Ms. Panudda Boonpala, Officer-in-Charge, ILO DWT for South Asia and Country Office for India at the Technical Consultation Exploring Education Strategies to Address Child Labour in India, New Delhi, 12 June 2015

  3. Technical Consultation Exploring Education Strategies to Address Child Labour in India

  4. Technical Consultation Exploring Education Strategies to Address Child Labour in India

    World Day Against Child Labour 2015 – No to Child Labour, Yes to Quality Education

April 2015

  1. Measuring children’s work in South Asia: Perspectives from national household surveys

    The report provides an overview and insight into the nature and extent of child labour and children’s employment and educational marginalization in the South Asian countries and region.

February 2015

  1. South Asia region: Donor contributions for projects (2002-present)

  2. Measuring children’s work in South Asia: Perspectives from national household surveys - Fact sheet

    Provides an overview of the joint ILO-UCW South Asia report on child labour and children in employment

  3. New ILO Study on Child Labour in South Asia

    The ILO’s first South Asia report estimates almost 17 million children between five and 17 years are engaged in child labour in South Asia, with one in five of these being aged 11 or under.

January 2015

  1. Thirteenth Sapru House Lecture by Mr. Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary General

  2. Testing methodologies to support informal economy workers and small producers to combat hazardous child labour in their own sectors (India Component with IndustriALL Global)

    The project aims to build the capacity of informal economy workers to address hazardous child labour.