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|14 Aug - 28 Aug|
In this room we will discuss the impact of social protection strategies on the prevention and elimination of child labour and its worst forms, and how government policies in this area can benefit from inclusive dialogue with other social sectors. How do social assistance, cash transfer, health care and social security policies influence the incidence of child labour?
As explained in the Roadmap for Achieving the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour, governments play a key role in the design and implementation of social protection strategies. We want to encourage debate on how to promote interventions that enable a participatory, intersectoral approach based on the rights of children and adolescents, and are sensitive to their needs, especially of the most vulnerable groups (e.g. girls, migrants, indigenous groups and other ethnic and racial minorities).
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