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UCW COUNTRY REPORTS ON CHILD
LABOUR AND YOUTH EMPLOYMENT

Detailed analyses of the child labour phenomenon in specific country contexts.
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Lao PDR
2014
Togo
2013
El Salvador
2013
Cameroon
2012
Indonesia
2012
Mexico
2012
Zambia
2012
Bangladesh 2011 Bangladesh
2011
Rwanda
2011
Mali
2010
Senegal
2010
Cambodia
2009
Mongolia
2009
Vietnam
2009
Uganda
2008
Morocco
2004
Nepal
2003
Yemen
2003
Guatemala
2003
       
           
 

CHILD LABOUR INTERACTIVE MAP

Country factsheets on child labour


RESEARCH REPORTS ON CHILD LABOUR

Downloadable reports and studies developed by the UCW Programme.
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CHILD LABOUR INDICATORS

Statistical tables on child labour, schooling and related indicators for over 80 countries.
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NEWSLETTER

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The Understanding Children’s Work (UCW) programme is an inter-agency research cooperation initiative involving the International Labour Organisation (ILO), UNICEF and the World Bank.

UCW is guided by the Roadmap adopted at The Hague Global Child Labour Conference 2010.

The Roadmap calls for effective partnership across the UN system to address child labour, and for mainstreaming child labour into policy and development frameworks.

The Roadmap also calls for improved knowledge sharing and for developing further methodologies and capacity to conduct research on child labour.

UCW research activities are designed to inform policies that impact upon the lives of child labourers in countries where they are prominent.
 
Research efforts help provide a common understanding of child labour, and a common basis for action against it.

UCW research extends to a variety of policy issues associated with child labour, including education, youth employment and migration.

For further information on the UCW Programme, see the Programme information pamphlet and the newsletter.


YOUTH STATS
HIGHLIGHTS

Cash transfers and child labour
Cash transfer programs are widely used in settings where child labour is prevalent. Even if many of these programs are explicitly implemented to improve children’s welfare, in theory their impact on child labour is undetermined. This paper systematically reviews the empirical evidence on the impact of cash transfers, conditional and unconditional, on child labour. We find no evidence that cash transfer interventions increase child labour in practice. On the contrary, there is broad evidence tha...
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Reinserire i bambini nel sistema educativo
Intervista con Furio C. Rosati, coordinatore del programma Understanding Children's Work. L'intervista, rilasciata al quotidiano Conquiste del Lavoro, si concentra sulle recenti tendenze del lavoro minorile, sulle ripercussioni sulla crescita della società e sulle lacune da colmare per vincere la battaglia contro il lavoro minorile....
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Understanding children’s work and youth employment outcomes in Laos
Overcoming the twin challenges of child labour and youth employment will be critical to progress towards the Millennium Development Goals in Laos. Estimates presented in this report indicate that some 71,000 Lao children aged 6-13 years still work in employment. At the same time, youth employment is dominated by low-productivity, unremunerated work concentrated in the agriculture sector. Only one of every four employed youth earns enough to escape poverty. The effects of child labour and youth ...
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Atelier régional de formation sur la production des statistiques du travail des enfants dans la CEDEAO
Le programme international pour l’abolition du travail des enfants (IPEC) du Bureau international du Travail (BIT), en collaboration avec le projet UCW, le Projet inter-agences « Comprendre le travail des enfants », organise un atelier régional de formation sur la production des statistiques du travail des enfants dans la CEDEAO du 14 au 15 novembre 2013 à Dakar au Sénégal....
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