Brazilian Minister of Labour and Indian Minister of Labour hold up a Red Card to child labour

The Brazilian Minister of Labour, Mr. Carlos Lupi, and Indian Minister of Labour, Mr. Oscar Fernandes, hold up a red card to child labour and announce South-South cooperation to combat child labour, particularly its worst forms.

News | 06 June 2008
The Brazilian Minister of Labour, Mr. Carlos Lupi, and Indian Minister of Labour, Mr. Oscar Fernandes, hold up a red card to child labour and announce South-South cooperation to combat child labour, particularly its worst forms.

Employers' and workers' representatives of both countries were also present at the bilateral meeting on the 6 June 2008. The two Ministers agreed to share good practices and invited each other, along with tripartite delegations, to visit different regions of their respective countries. Areas of common interest cited include labour inspection, conditional cash transfer mechanisms to combat child labour, and vocational training and school feeding programmes.