Resources on child labour and education


  1. Publication

    From exploitation to education: Achieving education for all (EFA) and the elimination of child labour

    01 November 2004

    Report of the Second International Round TableBrasilia, Brazil8 November 2004

  2. Good practices

    Educational perspectives related to the impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic on child labour in Malawi (Paper 07)

    01 October 2004

  3. Good practices

    Educational perspectives related to the impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic on child labour in Malawi (Paper 07)

    01 October 2004

  4. Publication

    The school based monitoring system

    01 July 2004

    Historical overview of the UK legislation concerning the inspection process in the labour and education systems.Teachers, parents and community potential role and participation in the school-based Child Labour Monitoring.

  5. Publication

    Summary of the results of the Child Labour Survey in Nicaragua 2000 (Urban & Rural Employment Measurement Household Survey - ENTIA 2000)

    01 July 2004

    The results presented here come from the child labour module included in the ENTIA 2000; the survey was carried out by the Ministry of Labour of Nicaragua and had support from SIMPOC. The purpose was to collect information on the school, household, economic, and recreational activities of children aged 5-17 years in the country.

  6. Publication

    Combating child labour through education

    01 April 2004

    Brochure describing actions taken by IPEC towards the elimination of child labour through educational activities and programmes.

  7. Publication

    Teachers, their unions and the Education For All campaign

    01 March 2004

    Realization of Education for All (EFA) objectives depends on multiple factors, but the degree of teachers' engagement and sense of ownership of a national plan is one of the least understood and applied, despite its capital importance for successes and failures. While teachers are on the front lines of the EFA struggle, responsible for providing education...

  8. Publication

    The school based monitoring system: An overview of historical and current legislation in the UK concerning the inspection process in the education system

    01 January 2004

    This study briefly looks at the historical development of the school monitoring and inspection systems of the United Kingdom in order to form the basis for further analyses of the policies and practical methods developed within the education system that can be of use as part of holistic approaches to establishing child labour monitoring systems.

  9. Publication

    Desk review on school based monitoring: The potential role and participation of teachers, parents and the community in school-based child labour monitoring

    01 January 2004

    This study looks at current experiences that teachers, parents, and community members have vis-à-vis school and community-based efforts to fight against child labour, particularly links between CLM and education initiatives.

  10. Instructional material

    Child labour: a textbook for university students

    01 January 2004

    Describes the different forms of child labour, including the worst forms. It examines the causes, the roots, the factors in relation to this phenomenon and presents the different actors involved in this fight.

  11. Publication

    In-depth analysis of child labour and education in Panama

    01 January 2004

    This report originated from the need to provide information on the current child labour situation in Panama, and describes in detail the methodologic al framework used and the findings from the data analysed. Special reference is made to the magnitude, nature, and working conditions, as well as causes and consequences on children¿ s health, education,and physical development.