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close this bookAction Against Child Labour (ILO; 2000; 356 pages)
View the documentPreface
Open this folder and view contents1. National policies and programmes
Open this folder and view contents2. Towards improved legislation
Open this folder and view contents3. Improving the knowledge base on child labour
Open this folder and view contents4. Alternatives to child labour
Open this folder and view contents5. Strategies to address child slavery
Open this folder and view contents6. Strategies for employers and their organizations
Open this folder and view contents7. Trade unions against child labour
Open this folder and view contents8. Awareness-raising
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close this folder10. Resources on child labour
View the documentINTRODUCTION
close this folder10.1 GENERAL PUBLICATIONS ON CHILD LABOUR
View the documentILO reports for the International Labour Conference (ILC) and Governing Body (GB)
View the documentReports of the International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC)
View the documentPolicy studies
View the documentInformation kits, training manuals and guidelines
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View the document10.2 SPECIAL THEMES
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Information kits, training manuals and guidelines

Alec FYFE
ILO: Child Labour Collection

CHILD LABOUR: A GUIDE TO PROJECT DESIGN

Geneva, February 1993, 99p.

This manual was written to assist policy-makers and practitioners in designing practical and targeted projects by applying the techniques of project design to the complex problem of child labour. The text, through a logical sequence of the steps, provides guidance necessary for effective project design and the drafting of coherent project documents. These are complemented by guidelines on international labour standards, situation analysis and interviewing techniques.

Language of the text: English

ISBN 92-2-108005-6

Rachel HODGKIN and Peter NEWELL
UNICEF, Regional Office for Europe

IMPLEMENTATION HANDBOOK FOR THE CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD

Geneva, January 1998, 681p.

The handbook provides a detailed reference for the implementation of law, policy and practice to promote and protect the rights of children. It brings together under each article of the Convention an analysis of the interpretation by the Committee on the Rights of the Child during its first six years and its examination of the 68 Initial Reports of States Parties. It places these in context of key comments, decisions and reports of other treaties bodies and relevant United Nations bodies.

The handbook also provides a concise description of the role, powers and procedures, and developing activities of the Committee. Appendices include a guide to United Nations bodies and the text of key international instruments.

Language of the text: English

ISBN 92-806-3337-6

ILO-IPEC

CHILD LABOUR: AN INFORMATION KIT FOR TEACHERS, EDUCATORS AND THEIR ORGANIZATIONS

Geneva, 1998

The kit provides information about child labour for teachers, educators and their organizations to help them carry out actions and campaigns against child labour, particularly in developing countries. It contains facts and figures on child labour and presents a collection of successful initiatives from 13 countries. It also illustrates the role of education in the elimination of child labour and shows how various groups have worked to solve child labour problems through educational programmes.

The kit also contains posters, pedagogical tools, and a film on child labour which highlights health hazards, law and rights of children, the roles of educators and teachers, and networking with other actors in the field.

Language of the text: English, French, Spanish

ISBN 92-2-111040-0

ILO-IPEC

DESIGN, MANAGEMENT AND EVALUATION OF ACTION PROGRAMMES ON CHILD LABOUR

Geneva, 1994

This information kit and training package is the result of a collaborative effort between IPEC and the ILO's International Training Centre, Turin. Its objective is to help ILO constituents and NGOs design, implement and evaluate action programmes. The information kit consists of:

• an information booklet on action for the elimination of child labour: "Overview of the problem and response";

• the IPEC Strategy Paper: "Strategy into action - A guide to planning action programmes under IPEC 1994-95";

• a video programme: "ILO's action for the elimination of child labour"; and

• a poster.

The training package on "Design, management and evaluation of action programmes on child labour", is made up of the following modules:

• Module 1: Situation analysis: Finding out about child labour

• Module 2: Design of action programmes

• Module 3: Starting and managing IPEC action programmes

• Module 4: Monitoring and evaluation of IPEC action programmes.

Each module has been further subdivided into a series of training units supported by appropriate training elements (exercises, case studies and transparencies to help the trainer).

Language of the text: English

ISBN 92-2-109620-3

Michele JANKANISH
ILO-Working Conditions and Environment Department

ABOLISHING EXTREME FORMS OF CHILD LABOUR

Geneva, 1998, 23p. plus 24 loose-leaf p.

The briefing kit contains key information on proposed ILO standards on child labour, extreme forms of child labour and examples of action taken against them. It includes a 23-page article plus 24 coloured loose-leaf pages, each on a different specific theme, including children in hazardous work, slavery and prostitution. The text of proposed conclusions which served as a basis for discussions by the International Labour Conference during its 86th Session in 1998 is also included. The main article describes the major issues that were likely to be debated during the Conference.

Language of the text: English, French, Spanish

ISBN 92-2-111112-1
ISBN 92-2-109584-3

ILO-IPEC

TARGETING THE INTOLERABLE: A NEW INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION TO ELIMINATE THE WORST FORMS OF CHILD LABOUR

Geneva, 1999; press kit

This press kit consists of a series of leaflets on Convention No. 182 and Recommendation No. 190 concerning the prohibition and immediate elimination of the worst forms of child labour, adopted by the International Labour Conference in 1999. It contains details of these new instruments, as well as facts and figures on child labour as a whole, and on its worst forms, in different sectors and industries. It also covers the activities of the ILO's International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC), national action and action by employers, and the Global March on Child Labour.

Language of the text: English

ISBN 92-2-111669-7

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