Projects on child labour

2023

  1. Project

    The Asia Regional Child Labour (ARC) Project

    1 May 2019 - 30 October 2023,

    Funded by Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office, (UK), the ARCL Programme aims at assisting the ILO constituents and other stakeholders in Pakistan to eliminate child labour in particular the worst forms of child labour, which in turn contributes to the achievement of SDG 8.7 by 2025.

2022

  1. ACCEL Africa Project

    Accelerating action for the elimination of child labour in supply chains in Africa (ACCEL Africa)

    15 November 2018 - 15 November 2022, Budget: EUR 23,500,000 - RAF/18/08/NLD

  2. MAP16

    MAP16 Project: Measurement, awareness-raising and policy engagement to accelerate action against child labour and forced labour

    2 January 2017 - 30 September 2022, Budget: US$ 20,000,000 - GLO/18/29/USA

  3. Project

    From Research to Action Project

    1 August 2018 - 31 August 2022, Budget: US$ 3,360,000 - GLO/18/20/USA

  4. Project

    Eliminating child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile and garment value chains: an integrated approach

    1 March 2018 - 28 February 2022,

    The CLEAR Cotton project “Eliminating child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile and garment value chains: an integrated approach” seeks to promote enhanced legislation and policies, to address the basic needs and rights of children engaged or at risk of child labour, and of victims of forced labour, while adopting an integrated area based approach, embedded in a value chain approach including cooperation with local industry and international buyers.

  5. Projet CLEAR Cotton sur le travail des enfants et le travail forcé

    Projet CLEAR Cotton global

    1 March 2018 - 28 February 2022, Budget: EUR 7,500,000 - GLO/17/15/EUR

  6. Clear Cotton Project on Child Labour and Forced labour

    CLEAR Cotton Global Project

    1 March 2018 - 28 February 2022, Budget: EUR 7,500,000 - GLO/17/15/EUR

2021

  1. Project

    Promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in the Cotton Supply Chain

    10 May 2017 - 30 September 2021,

    The project aims to foster a partnership approach among the partners on promoting Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work (FPRW) for a sustainable cotton supply chain in Pakistan.

  2. Project

    Third Party Monitoring on Child and Forced Labour in Uzbekistan

    1 April 2015 - 30 September 2021, Budget: US$ 7,203,798 - UZB/15/02/WBG

    The ILO has cooperated with the Government and social partners of Uzbekistan on child and forced labour since 2013. The parties agreed to an ILO monitoring on child labour in cotton harvest during September - October 2013. In addition, Uzbek constituents and the ILO initiated cooperation on the application of Convention No. 105. The following year, in 2014, monitoring of child labour was undertaken by national teams, while discussions with the ILO on forced labour issues continued. Both items were included in the Decent Work Country Programme signed in April 2014.

2020

  1. Child labour: Public-Private Partnership (PPP)

    Project to strengthen policies and programmes to prevent and remediate child labour in the Primark apparel supply chain

    18 November 2015 - 30 May 2020, Budget: US$ 378,053 - GLO/14/35/PRI