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2022

  1. © Adam Lai 2022

    5th Global Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour

    Global Child Labour Conference agrees Durban Call to Action to end child labour

    20 May 2022

    The ‘Durban Call to Action’ includes strong commitments on action against child labour while raising concerns that existing progress has slowed and is now threatened by the COVID-19 pandemic, armed conflict, as well as food, environmental and humanitarian crises.

  2. Voices

    A child should go to school, not to work

    16 May 2022

    Domboué Nibéissé was 9 years old when he stopped going to school and started to work in the cotton fields in Burkina Faso. Difficult and tiring work, two years later he was given an opportunity to return to school.

  3. 5th Global Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour

    Far-reaching action needed to end child labour

    16 May 2022

    Delegates at the 5th Global Conference on the Elimination of Child Labour unite in calling for more to be done to end child labour

  4. Video

    Trailer - Promotional videos for the project “An Integrated Model for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Seasonal Agriculture in Hazelnut Harvesting in Turkey”

    29 April 2022

    They are compiled from the recordings of project activities from all the project provinces during 2021 harvest period. All related parties had their words in the videos.

  5. Video

    Short - Promotional videos for the project “An Integrated Model for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour in Seasonal Agriculture in Hazelnut Harvesting in Turkey”

    29 April 2022

    They are compiled from the recordings of project activities from all the project provinces during 2021 harvest period. All related parties had their words in the videos.

  6. Video

    The importance of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the cotton supply chain in Pakistan

    27 April 2022

    Ms Ingrid Christensen, Country Director, ILO Country Office for Pakistan explains the importance of Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work and Decent Work in the cotton supply chain in Pakistan. The ILO developed this testimonial under its project “Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain”, funded by INDITEX.

  7. Video

    Sindh Agricultural Forestry Workers & Coordinating Organization shares the changes made to enhance Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work

    27 April 2022

    Mr Suleman Abro, Founder President, Sindh Agricultural Forestry Workers & Coordinating Organization (SAFWCO) shares what they are doing to improve respect for Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain in Pakistan. The ILO developed this testimonial under its project “Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain”, funded by INDITEX.

  8. Video

    Pakistan Workers Federation share the changes made to enhance Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work

    27 April 2022

    Mr Chaudhary Muhammad Yaseen, General Secretary, Pakistan Workers Federation shares the changes they have made to improve respect for Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain in Pakistan. The ILO developed this testimonial under its project “Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain”, funded by INDITEX.

  9. Video

    Business community promotes Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in Pakistan

    27 April 2022

    The Bahawalpur Chamber of Commerce and Industry has established a Departmental Committee for promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work. The ILO developed this testimonial under its project “Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain”, funded by INDITEX.

  10. Video

    Empowering women to promote Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in Pakistan

    27 April 2022

    Women cotton pickers have been organized and given confidence to raise their voice on workplace issues they are facing. The ILO developed this testimonial under its project “Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain”, funded by INDITEX.