The ILO has multiple methods through which to tackle child labour and is already engaged with a number of enterprises across a variety of sectors, including cocoa, hazelnut, and tobacco.
In addition to the facilitation of peer-to-peer best practice and knowledge sharing, through the Child Labour Platform, the ILO supports the development of Child Labour Monitoring systems, helps vulnerable communities to become economically empowered, promotes equal access to quality education for children in vulnerable communities, conducts research, develops practical tools based on on-the-ground realities, and trains company staff on the importance of child labour standards.
ILO and Japan Tobacco International step up joint work to promote fundamental labour rights in the tobacco supply chain
29 September 2015
26 May 2015
22 April 2015
19 March 2015
CAOBISCO and ILO extend cooperation in combating child labour in seasonal hazelnut harvesting in Turkey
18 June 2014