Publications on child labour


  1. Executive Summary. Analysis of the Policy and Strategy Educatives Context

    01 October 2002

    The analysis of the context of educational policy and strategies in Ecuador includes the philosophy, proposals, agreements and recommendations made by ILO-IPEC, and recommends projects and programmes to lead to the eliminationof the worst forms of child labour through efficient, effective, pertinent and sustainable actions for including the issue in government policies and those of the government and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Recreation.

  2. Executive Summary: Magnitude, characteristics and environment of sexual exploitation of girls and adolescents in Ecuador

    01 October 2002

    The study was carried out in the cities of Guayaquil, Quito and Machala, the Ecuadoran cities with the greatest number of commercial sex establishments and sex workers. One of the principal findings of the study is to received little attention from the government, international organisations and some of the NGOs working on issues involving children and adolescents.

  3. Executive Summary Baseline for the prevention and gradual elimination of child labour in the flower industry in the districts of Cayambe and Pedro Moncayo, Ecuador

    01 October 2002

    This study was made with the objetive to identify 1,000 children working on flower farms in Cayambe and Pedro Moncayo, determine their working conditions and family and educational situation, discover their perceptions of their work, identify dangerous processes, explore the dynamics and relationships related to social responses to child labour in the flower industry, and identify the characteristics of the socio-economic situation in this districts.

  4. Cambodia National Child Labour Survey 2001

    01 September 2002

    This is a comprehensive statistical publication on child labour in Cambodia. It highlights the important characteristics of the survey population, a general picture of working children, hazardous work conditions of children, migration of working children, establishments that employ children in Cambodia, as well as the rationale for the study of working children in Cambodia and methodology used for the survey.

  5. HIV/AIDS and child labour in Zimbabwe: A rapid assessment (Paper 02)

    01 August 2002

  6. Creating a healing environment: Psychosocial rehabilitation and occupational integration of child survivors of trafficking and other worst forms of child labour (South Asia), vol. 1

    01 July 2002

  7. An assessment of education and the worst forms of child labour: How do education policies and programs work (or not work) for children?

    01 July 2002

    The general objective of the study was to analyze the linkage between education and child labour, especially those engaged in the worst forms of labour.

  8. Ethiopia - Child domestic workers in Addis Ababa: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 38)

    01 July 2002

    The objective of this study is to identify, describe and analyze the characteristics of the working and living conditions of child domestic labourers in Addis Ababa, using a rapid assessment method. The rapid assessment methodology implemented includes an in-depth interview, observation of physical conditions, focus group discussions, case studies, role play, and daily activity logs.

  9. Combating child labour and HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa - A review of policies, programmes, and projects in South Africa, the United Republic of Tanzania and Zambia to identify good practices (Paper 01)

    01 June 2002

  10. Estonia - Children and adolescents involved in drug use and trafficking: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 37)

    01 June 2002