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Policy Paper: Out-of-School Children and Child Labour

Global March Against Child Labour releases its policy paper on ‘Out-of-School Children and Child Labour’. The paper focuses particularly on the ‘hard-to-reach’ children and within them child labourers. The document also explores the major obstacles to attaining universal primary education and the elimination of child labour.

Tackling Child Domestic Labour and Protecting Young Domestic Workers: A Global Resource Manual

The Resource Manual is a comprehensive document on the issue of engagement of children in domestic work that is intended to provide support to organisations ranging from trade unions, child rights organisations and others to take action against child domestic labour and to protect young domestic workers of legal working age.

Toolkit: Not Made by Children

“Not Made by Children” is a campaign by Global March Against Child Labour aiming to contribute to the elimination of the worst forms of child labour and trafficking in the garment sector in India by supporting socio-economically viable and sustainable solutions to improve inspection and monitoring in the garment supply chains, by strengthening the labour inspectorate, providing comprehensive remediation for victims, and promoting decent work for adults, including trade union representation and collective bargaining. 

CHILD LABOUR IN COCOA FARMING IN CÔTE D'IVOIRE

The document is a result of a scoping mission undertaken by Global March Against Child Labour with the objectives of gaining on ground experiences through interactions with the key stakeholders and community members on the situation of child labour in Côte d'Ivoire, identifying the key strengths and gaps and proposing comprehensive strategies for tackling child labour in cocoa production in the country. 

Dirty Cotton: A Research on Child Labour, Slavery, Trafficking and Exploitation in Cotton and Cotton Seed Farming in India

The Global March Against Child Labour's research study "Dirty Cotton" A Research on Child Labour, Slavery, Trafficking and Exploitation in Cotton and Cotton Seed Farming in India was launched by Mr Guy Ryder, Deputy Director General, International Labour Organization (ILO) at New Delhi, India. Also present were Mr Virendra Kasana, Councillor, Municipal Corporation of Delhi for C R Park, Senior Advocate Mr Ramesh Gupta and Global March Chairperson Mr Kailash Satyarthi.

Nepal March for Education 2009

South Asia is home about one-quarter of the world's out-of-school population. India and Pakistan together account for 14 million out-of-school children, with another 2 million in Bangladesh and Nepal according to UNESCO Global Monitoring Report 2009. Only one country, Maldives was close to achieving EFA Development Index (EDI), and five out of the six countries covered in the region - Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Pakistan - are far from achieving EFA (EDI values below 0.80) goal by 2015.

South Asian March Against Child Trafficking-2007

South Asia has emerged as the hub of human trafficking, especially the trafficking of children. It is a source, destination and transit area. Poverty, illiteracy, regional imbalances, lack of good governance  in certain regions, absence of strong legislations and effective enforcement, large-scale corruption in the border areas, demand for cheap labour, social exclusion and disparity makes this region trafficking prone.

Country Report 2006 - India

Country Report 2006 - India, Bangladesh, Costa Rica, Niger, Chile and Central America : A Review of Child Labour, Education and Poverty Agenda

Country Report 2006 -Bangladesh

Country Report 2006 - India, Bangladesh, Costa Rica, Niger, Chile and Central America : A Review of Child Labour, Education and Poverty Agenda

Country Report 2006 -Central America

Country Report 2006 - India, Bangladesh, Costa Rica, Niger, Chile and Central America : A Review of Child Labour, Education and Poverty Agenda

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