Annotated Bibliography on Child Labour
International Labour Organization, 2003 - Business & Economics - 130 pages
This focused and user-friendly bibliography assembles the best of the rapidly increasing literature and research material available in recent years on child labour. An invaluable resource for researchers and others interested in child labour issues, this bibliography offers brief annotations for each entry and includes an array of publications across issues, debates, disciplinary approaches, geographical areas and regions, types of child labour, and methodologies.
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COUNTRlES AND REGlONS
HlSTORY OF CHlLD LABOUR
FAMlLY COMMUNlTY AND GENDER
EDUCATlON AND CHlLD LABOUR
SECTORS AND OCCUPATlONS
THE WORST FORMS OF CHlLD LABOUR
HEALTH AND CHlLD LABOUR
ACTlON AGAlNST CHlLD LABOUR
STATlSTlCS lNDlCATORS AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGlES
Action against child adult Africa agriculture analysis armed conflict Available Benin Bolsa Escola bonded child labour Brazil chapter 11a chapter 8c Child domestic child soldiers child trafficking child workers combating child labour context Describes developing countries Discusses domestic workers effects Elimination of Child employers Ethiopia evaluacion rapida Spanish Examines exploitation of children explores families focusing forms of child framework Gabon gender Geneva girl child global hazardous household http://www.worldbank.org human rights impact income industry labour and schooling Latin America lLO Convention lLO-lPEC lncludes lndia lnnocenti Research Centre lnstitute lnternational Labour lnternational Programme lPEC lSBN methodology Mexico Minimum Age Convention NGOs organisations Paper parents perspective Philippines poverty protection Provides rapid assessment Tanzania regional Reviews Santiago de Queretaro school attendance statistical strategies street children studies survey Tanzania tion tourism Trabajo infantil trabalho trade unions U.S. Department UNlCEF World Bank worst forms