Follow-up to the Brasilia Declaration on Child Labour

This paper: (a) reports on the III Global Conference on Child Labour, held in Brasilia from 8 to 10 October 2013, and its key outcomes; (b) proposes the endorsement of the main Conference outcome document (the Brasilia Declaration on Child Labour) and its incorporation into the ILO Global Action Plan on Child Labour, into the work and strategy of the International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) within the Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch, and into the plan of action on fundamental principles and rights at work adopted by the Governing Body in November 2012; and (c) invites the Governing Body to thank the Government of Brazil and the Brazilian social partner organizations for hosting the III Global Conference and the Government of Argentina for its offer to host the IV Global Conference in 2017 (see draft decision in paragraph 21).

Conference paper | 11 February 2014