Resources on hazardous child labour


  1. Good practice

    A report on a piloted model and its good practices - Mongolia

    01 June 2010

    In this report, good practices were identifi ed and documented from what had been developed within the Framework of the project "Support for the Proposed Sub-Programme to Eliminate the Worst Forms of Child Labour: Time Bound Measures", implemented from October 2005 to May 2010 by the ILO's International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) in Mongolia (MON0550USA_FTPR_1009_Annex D)

  2. Publication

    Study on health and safety of underage jockeys - Report

    01 May 2010

    The government and the human rights organizations are taking measures on protection of health, safety and rights of jockey children including improvement of legal regulation, identification and addressing of the priority issues faced by these children, cooperation with international and civil society organizations, bringing out the voices of racing couches and jockey children and organizing children¿s forum.

  3. Good practice

    Going the distance to stop child trafficking: Local vigilance committees

    01 May 2010

    In the fight against child trafficking in West Africa, local community volunteers are engaged in monitoring the wellbeing of children and mobilizing the communities to take action against trafficking. Since 2005, they have repatriated 430 children and more than 3,500 children have been re-enrolled in public school or vocational centres after being taken away from their homes for exploitative work.

  4. Good practice

    SCREAM: Mobilizing public action

    01 May 2010

    The SCREAM methodology aimed at raising awareness among teachers and students about child labour in Paraguay has proven to be very successful and has also managed to grab the public's attention on the issue.

  5. Instructional material

    Area-based integrated interventions against the worst forms of child labour

    01 May 2010

    To tackle the worst forms of child labour in Mongolia and to ensure long-term and effective solutions, there is an increased focus on building commitment, ownership and partnership at the local level.

  6. Good practice

    Eliminating child labour in the jermal fishing industry (Indonesia)

    01 May 2010

    As a result of awareness-rising and child labour monitoring, the number of children in hazardous work in the fishing industry in Indonesia has decreased dramatically.