Publications on child labour
Child labour and the impact of financial services on smallholder tea households in Malawi
16 March 2023
The report highlights poverty and socio-economic insecurity as the major causes of child labour in farming households, particularly in tea-growing households in Malawi. The report analyses the current financial landscape of Malawi, identifying financial providers offering services to farming households, and determines the opportunities and challenges of financial inclusion for farming households and their usage of different financial products.
The report is a result of field research in a collaboration between the ILO and Wageningen University, Netherlands. It was prepared by Sanne Beukers and supervised by Han van Dijk (Wageningen University and Research Centre) and Birgit de Vos (Wageningen Economic Research). This report was technically reviewed and approved by Edgar Aguilar Paucar (ILO Abidjan Office).
Model questionnaire for child labour modular surveys
07 March 2023
Child labour in Kosovo: An enquiry into the causes and impact of child labour
01 February 2023
This report provides a descriptive overview of the prevalence, determinants and effects of child labour based on descriptive and regression analysis of Kosovo’s 2019-2020 Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey (MICS).
The CLEAR Cotton project at a glance
28 November 2022
Eliminating child labour and forced labour in the cotton, textile and garment value chains: an integrated approach
IPEC+ Global Flagship Programme Implementation
28 November 2022
Child Labour Platform Brochure
25 November 2022
Global Research Agenda: Building the evidence base for informed policy action against child labour, forced labour, and human trafficking
04 November 2022
Methodology of the 2020 ILO-UNICEF Global Estimates of Child Labour
17 October 2022
The report presents the methodological protocols used for the development of the 2020 ILO-UNICEF Global Estimates of Child Labour.
Model questionnaire for child labour stand-alone surveys
22 September 2022
A study of deficits in the fundamental principles and rights at work in the brick kiln supply chain
14 September 2022
This study analyses supply chain processes in Pakistan’s brick kiln sector in order to identify deficits related to fundamental principles and rights at work (FPRW), with a focus on child labour and bonded labour. It was commissioned by the ILO Country Office for Pakistan as part of its implemented project on “Promotion of Decent Work Opportunities for the Economic Empowerment of Vulnerable Segments of Society”, funded by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.