A Future Without Child Labour: Global Report Under the Follow-up to the ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
International Labour Organization, 2002 - Child labor - 138 pages
A Future Without Child Labour shows how the abolition of child labor has become a global cause for the new millennium. It explores the ever-changing manifestations of child labor throughout the world, and how girls and boys are affected differently, it presents new data on the scale of this stubborn problem, and it sheds new light on its complex, interlinked causes. It also charts the growth of a global movement against child labor, reviewing three various types of action being taken by the ILO, its tripartite constituents (governments, employers? and workers? organizations) and other actors at international, national and local levels. In addition, the report offers proposals for a three-pillar approach to strengthen the action of the ILO in this field, building upon a wealth of experience gained by the International Program for the Elimination of Child Labor (IPEC) in the decade since its establishment.
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What is to be abolished and why?
The challenges of measuring child labour
Child labour and development shocks
Natural disasters and child labour
Household decisionmaking about child labour
Monitoring child labour
National governments in the front line
Social protection to prevent child labour
Demobilizing child soldiers
List of countries involved in the International
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