Resources on child labour and education


  1. Instructional material

    Social mobilization for time-bound programmes (TBP MAP Paper IV-06)

    01 December 2003

    Time-Bound ProgrammeManual for Action PlanningPaper IV-6

  2. Publication

    From exploitation to education for the children left behind: The role of the international community in achieving education for all (EFA)

    01 November 2003

    Panel Discussion ReportNovember 13, 2003 - New Delhi

  3. Publication

    Skills training strategies to combat worst forms of child labour in the urban informal sector in Tanzania

    01 November 2003

    The majority 51.7 of working children in the informal sector were females and formed the majority in all age groups. As far as the education of status of the working children were concerned the majority 61.4 percent had not completed their primary school education; that is, they were either never enrolled, primary school dropouts, pre-primary school pupils or primary school pupils.

  4. Publication

    Joint ILO/UNESCO committee of experts on the application of the recommendations concerning teaching personnel

    01 September 2003

    This report summarizes the analysis of major issues affecting the current status of teaching personnel worldwide by the Joint ILO/UNESCO Committee of Experts on the Application of the Recommendations concerning Teaching Personnel (CEART),referred to in this report as the Joint Committee or CEART

  5. Publication

    Skills training strategies to combat worst forms child labour in the urban informal economy in Ghana

    01 September 2003

    The study summarizes the actually available quantitative and qualitative information on the Ghanaian informal economy, introduced by a brief presentation of the structural changes undergone by the informal economy in recent years, linked to the emergence of new informalization processes, and corresponding developments of the informal economy concept itself. It is on the basis of this description of the Ghanaian informal economy that available information on child labour is presented, first on ch

  6. Publication

    Skills training strategies to combat worst forms of child labour in the urban informal sector in Kenya

    01 August 2003

    The purpose of this study is to prepare the information and knowledge base for developing sub-regional projects that will develop and implement strategies to combat the worst forms of child labour in the urban informal sector through cost effective methods of skill training with special emphasis on traditional apprenticeship schemes.

  7. Publication

    Child Labour and Education in Belize: A situational assessment and in-depth analysis

    01 June 2003

    This report addresses the social, economic and educational context in which child labour occurs and presents an analysis of child labour based on the data collected by the 2001 CAS survey.

  8. Publication

    Indigenous and tribal children: Assessing child labour and education challenges

    01 June 2003

    Child Labour and education working paper on indigenous children and cooperatives.A joint IPEC & INDISCO - COOP publication.

  9. Publication

    How IPEC works with teachers

    01 March 2003


  1. Instructional material

    Supporting children's rights through education, the arts, and media (SCREAM): Education Pack

    01 December 2002

    The SCREAM programme offers a unique opportunity to engage a wide range of communiy actors and organizations in the promotion of social justice and universally recognized human and labour rights. For more information see: