Resources on hazardous child labour


  1. Instructional material

    Eliminating the worst forms of child labour: a practical guide to ILO Convention no. 182 (Handbook for parliamentarians, no. 3, 2002)

    01 December 2002

    Handbook intended as a practical aid to the understanding of the problem of child labour and its worst forms to encourage effective action to tackle it. Attempts to show how determined and concerted action can bring about the elimination of the worst forms of child labour within a relatively short time-frame.

  2. Publication

    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.

  3. Publication

    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

  4. Publication

    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.

  5. Publication

    Guatemala - Child labour in garbage dumps: A rapid assessment, Guatemala, executive summary (IWFCL, no 34)

    01 May 2002

  6. Instructional material

    Non-formal education and rural skills training: Tools to combat the worst forms of child labour, including trafficking

    01 May 2002

    The paper aims to contribute to more effective non-formal education and rural skills training, and ultimately prevent children from being drawn into the worst forms of child labour.