Resources on hazardous child labour

2012

  1. Publication

    Kenya: Sustainability and Resource Mobilization Strategy

    01 February 2012

    By utilizing the resource mobilization and sustainability strategy, the SNAP project expects to build the capacity of the institutions and partners that coordinate and deliver services to children, to enable them to leverage resources from available sources including from local communities, the private sector, decentralized government budgets, national and international NGOs, and other UN and international organizations and development partners.

2011

  1. Meeting document

    Raising awareness on hazardous child labour using participatory mobile cinema in Uganda

    01 December 2011

    TRIVISION Uganda proposed an interactive mobile cinema pilot project titled "Cinema Leo" in 2 districts (Rakai and Mbale) to address the prevention of child labour through entertainment education. These activities fit well under the awareness raising campaign and contribute to this year?s WDACL theme and to the awareness raising campaigns being led by the Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development.

  2. Publication

    Child labour in Papua New Guinea: Report on the rapid assessment in Port Moresby on commercial sexual exploitation of children and children working on the streets, 2011

    01 December 2011

    The Report of child labour in Papua New Guinea provides an overview of the processes, key findings and recommendations of the Child Labour Research Surveys, supported through the TACKLE project, in two sectors in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea including: i. Commercial sexual exploitation of children; ii. Children working on the streets.

  3. Publication

    Employers and Workers Handbook on Hazardous Child Labour

    05 October 2011

    The ILO estimates that across the globe there are a total of 115 million children under the age of 18 currently involved in hazardous work. That is more than half (53%) of the 215 million child labourers worldwide engaged in hazardous child labour.

  4. Meeting document

    Report on the training workshop of district labour inspectors, Mbale, Uganda, September 2011

    01 September 2011

    The workshop was aimed at increasing awareness and knowledge of the WFCL and a better understanding of their implications for the wellbeing of children and the development of the country in general. Participants were able to receive, discuss, and analyze information that will allow them to identify the roles and means of action of labour inspectorates and inspectors in regard to the active prevention, withdrawal/referral, and protection of working children.

  5. Publication

    Children in hazardous work: What we know, what we need to do

    10 June 2011

    This report reviews the current state of knowledge concerning children in hazardous work and presents the case for a new focus on the issue as part of the wider global effort to eliminate the worst forms of child labour.