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|14 Aug - 28 Aug|
In this room we wish to discuss labour and employment policies to the extent that they establish rules for the operation of the labour market, broaden opportunities for the inclusion of adult family members, guarantee access to decent work for adolescents at minimum working age, and support the productive activities of the most vulnerable families. In addition, we will focus on the role of employers and employees in the formulation and implementation of these policies, the promotion of decent work, as well as the impact of these actions on the elimination of child labour and its worst forms.
Actions to regulate the labour market tend to improve the living conditions of adults in the family and, therefore, reduce the involvement of children and adolescents in child labour. Besides these measures, we will discuss what other strategies are needed in times of economic crisis to prevent the resurgence of child labour in the affected regions.
|Public Policy Advisor|
Reinaldo Felisberto Damacena
|National Secretariat Social Policy Advisor|
Central Única dos Trabalhadores
Confederação Nacional da Agricultura
IIDAC Project Manager
|Featured Published Practices|
|Good Practice from Zambia|