Resources on hazardous child labour


  1. Publication

    Eliminating hazardous child labour step by step

    01 December 2003

    This guide offers suggestions on the process of making a list. This process of identifying hazardous child work is critically important. Without the hazardous work list it is difficult to know where and on what to concentrate action to eliminate the worst forms of child labour.

  2. Publication

    Skills training strategies to combat worst forms of child labour in the urban informal sector in Uganda

    01 December 2003

  3. Publication

    Skills training strategies to combat worst forms of child labour in the urban informal sector in Tanzania

    01 November 2003

    The majority 51.7 of working children in the informal sector were females and formed the majority in all age groups. As far as the education of status of the working children were concerned the majority 61.4 percent had not completed their primary school education; that is, they were either never enrolled, primary school dropouts, pre-primary school pupils or primary school pupils.

  4. Publication

    Baseline Survey on Worst Forms of Child Labour in the Agricultural Sector: Children in Cotton Harvesting in Karatas, Adana

    01 September 2003

    The overall objective of this survey was to obtain quantitative and qualitative data on the nature, conditions and effects of employment on the health, education and development of children engaged as seasonal labourers in cotton harvesting in the Karatas District of Adana.

  5. Publication

    Skills training strategies to combat worst forms child labour in the urban informal economy in Ghana

    01 September 2003

    The study summarizes the actually available quantitative and qualitative information on the Ghanaian informal economy, introduced by a brief presentation of the structural changes undergone by the informal economy in recent years, linked to the emergence of new informalization processes, and corresponding developments of the informal economy concept itself. It is on the basis of this description of the Ghanaian informal economy that available information on child labour is presented, first on ch

  6. Instructional material

    Combating child labour in hazardous work in Salt Production, Rubber Plantation and Fishing sectors in Cambodia

    01 August 2003

    This publication is meant to assist employers, workers including parent and working children, child labour monitors and inspectors in the respective sectors in bringing about improvements in safety and health practices.