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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
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View the documentINTRODUCTION
View the document2.1 LEGISLATION AND THE FIGHT AGAINST CHILD LABOUR
View the document2.2 SOURCES OF LAW ON CHILD LABOUR
Open this folder and view contents2.3 INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS AND NATIONAL LEGISLATION
View the document2.4 NEW INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS ON THE WORST FORMS OF CHILD LABOUR
View the document2.5 OTHER INTERNATIONAL TREATIES
View the document2.6 INITIATIVES TO IMPROVE CHILD LABOUR LEGISLATION
View the document2.7 LESSONS LEARNED
View the documentChecklist 2.1 General principles
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View the documentChecklist 2.3 Legislation on bonded labour
View the documentChecklist 2.4 Involving employers' and workers' organizations, and others
View the documentAppendix 2.1 ILO Conventions on child labour and forced labour (as at 31 July 1999)
View the documentAppendix 2.2 Minimum ages in ILO Conventions
View the documentAppendix 2.3 Ratification of ILO Conventions on child labour and forced labour (as at 31 August 1999)
View the documentAppendix 2.4 Chart of ratifications of ILO Conventions on child labour and forced labour by country (as at 31 August 1999:
View the documentAppendix 2.5 Excerpts from selected ILO standards on child labour
Open this folder and view contents3. Improving the knowledge base on child labour
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Open this folder and view contents5. Strategies to address child slavery
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Appendix 2.3 Ratification of ILO Conventions on child labour and forced labour (as at 31 August 1999)

Convention No.

Title of Convention

Total of ratifications
(in brackets, total of denunciations following ratification of revising Conventions)

5

Minimum Age (Industry), 1919

75 [23]

59

Minimum Age (Industry) (Revised), 1937

36 [16]

7

Minimum Age (Sea), 1920

54 [23]

58

Minimum Age (Sea) (Revised), 1936

52 [20]

10

Minimum Age (Agriculture), 1921

55 [23]

15

Minimum Age (Trimmers and Stokers), 1921

69 [27]

33

Minimum Age (Non-Industrial Employment), 1932

25 [8]

60

Minimum Age (Non-Industrial Employment) (Revised), 1937

11 [10]

112

Minimum Age (Fishermen), 1959

30 [18]

123

Minimum Age (Underground Work), 1965

42 [10]

138

Minimum Age, 1973

78

29

Forced Labour, 1930

149

Convention No. 138 - List of countries with specified minimum age:

14:

Argentina, Bolivia, Botswana, Egypt, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, Niger, Rwanda, United Republic of Tanzania, Togo, Venezuela (16 countries).

15:

Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Finland, Germany, Georgia, Greece, Guyana, Indonesia, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Republic of Korea, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mauritius, Netherlands, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, Yugoslavia, Zambia (40 countries).

16:

Albania, Algeria, Antigua and Barbuda, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, China, France, Hungary, Ireland, Jordan, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, San Marino, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Ukraine (22 countries).

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