Publications on child labour

2002

  1. El Salvador - Commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents: A rapid assessment, executive summary (IWFCL, no 30)

    01 March 2002

    This Rapid Assessment seeks to provide some insight into the phenomenon of the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in El Salvador - a social problem with grave consequences for the overall development of those directly affected, as well as for the country as a whole.

  2. El Salvador - Child labour in fishing: A rapid assessment, executive summary (IWFCL, no 31)

    01 March 2002

  3. El Salvador - Child labour in garbage dumps: A rapid assessment (IWFCL, no 32) - Executive Summary

    01 March 2002

  4. El Salvador - Child labour in the urban informal sector: A rapid assessment - Executive Summary

    01 February 2002

  5. El Salvador - Child domestic workers: A rapid assessment, executive summary (IWFCL, no 29)

    01 February 2002

  6. El Salvador - Child labour in sugarcane: A rapid assessment, executive summary (IWFCL, no 27)

    01 February 2002

  7. IPEC Action Against Child Labour 2000-2001: Progress and future priorities

    01 January 2002

  8. In-depth analysis of the situation of working street children in Moscow 2001

    01 January 2002

    Based on data from a survey of 1,500 street children, 81 employers from various industries and 95 experts from governmental and nongovernmental organizations.

  9. In-depth analysis of the situation of working street children in the Leningrad 2001

    01 January 2002

    This report presents the results of a comprehensive study and quantitative estimates and other data descriptive of working street children, their occupations and conditions of work, and reasons that drive children to seek independent sources of income. It also provides an analysis of children¿s attitudes and expectations.

  10. Study on the Legal Protection of Child Domestic Workers In the Asia-Pacific

    01 January 2002

    The scope of this paper is limited to the available legal framework for the protection of child domestic workers. The focus, therefore, is on the existing labour laws and policies relevant to this sector of working children. However, due to the dearth of available laws directly dealing with them, other special laws were also examined including general provisions of the countries¿ respective Constitutions.