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Practices for the Elimination of Child Labour

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Welcome

This repository contains a wide collection of practices submitted by various stakeholders from different regions and countries, including Governments, Non-Government Organizations, private sector initiatives and international organizations, all of whom form part of the collective effort to eliminate child labour.

Many of these practices have been mentioned and referred to throughout the Child Labour Dialogues that led up to the III Global Conference on Child Labour and are presented on this platform in order to promote continuity to on-going discussions and debates as well as to stimulate new discussions and ideas on how to boost progress in eradicating child labour across the world.

Apart from gaining new insights and ideas, the reader will also have the possibility to add comments and start discussions about any of the practices as well as to make contact with the implementing agency and/or other relevant actors for further information.

In line with the overall objectives of the III Conference, expectations are that these practices will serve to foster and facilitate processes of mutual exchange of knowledge and lessons learned between different actors and contexts, inspiring implementation of new programmes and policies, and thus contribute to the global goal of eliminating the worst forms of child labour until 2016.
 

Regions


     Africa

     Americas
     Asia &
     Oceania


     Europe
     Global or
     Regional

     Middle
     East

 
Practice types

     Approach of Practice     Nature of the Exploitation Addressed by the Practice

 
Disclaimer

These practices have not been, approved nor endorsed by the Brazilian Government, the ILO or the UNDP. The accuracy and reliability of any information, data, opinions, advice or statements posted in this section are the sole responsibilities of the submitters.

 

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