1. Timor-Leste National Child Labour Survey 2016 - Executive Summary

    07 October 2019

  2. Timor-Leste National Child Labour Survey 2016 - Analytical Report

    07 October 2019

  3. Suriname Child Labour Survey 2017

    25 January 2019

    The Suriname Child Labour Survey 2017 (SCLS) was conducted by the Research Institute for Social Sciences (IMWO) of the Anton de Kom University of Suriname in collaboration and with technical support of the International Labour Organization (ILO).


  1. Child labour in herding in rural areas of Swaziland

    15 August 2018

  2. Jamaica Youth Activity Survey 2016 Report

    27 April 2018

    The Jamaica National Youth Activity Survey (JYAS) 2016 is the product of a partnership between the Statistical Institute of Jamaica and the International Labour Organization (ILO). It is the first stand-alone survey of children’s activities conducted nationally. The main objective of the survey is to collect comprehensive information on children’s engagement in economic activities.

  3. Ethiopia National Child Labour Survey (NCLS) 2015

    05 April 2018

    The Ethiopia NCLS 2015 was conducted by the Ethiopia Central Statistical Agency (CSA) in May 2015 and collected information on the demographic characteristics of the population, including their education, health, employment, migration, and housing characteristics. The Ethiopia NCLS 2015 is second of its kind and it covered 721 enumeration areas both in urban and rural settings with a total of 21,300 households interviewed having at least one target child aged 5 to 17 years.


  1. Ukraine: National Child Labour Survey 2014-2015 - Analytical Report

    12 December 2017

    This report contains the results of the survey on child labour in Ukraine conducted by the Ukrainian Centre for Social Reforms, State Statistics Service of Ukraine and the Centre «Social Monitoring» with the technical assistance of the ILO.

  2. Ending child labour by 2025: A review of policies and programmes

    13 November 2017

    The international community has declared that the persistence of child labour in today’s world is unacceptable and, in the Sustainable Development Goals, has renewed its commitment to eliminating all forms of child labour by 2025. This report aims to contribute to that endeavour by offering an analysis of trends and an evidence-based discussion of policy solutions.

  3. Ending child labour by 2025: A review of policies and programmes - Executive Summary

    13 November 2017

  4. Jordan National Child Labour Survey 2016 – Analytical Report

    11 October 2017