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ECONOMICS BEHIND FORCED LABOUR TRAFFICKING

Comprehensive Case Studies of Child Domestic Labour and Commercial Sexual Exploitation

Trafficking of human beings is an organised targeted crime in order to lead or drive a human being into exploitative conditions with the aim to make profits (MHA Advisories, 2013). Millions of children and young women are trafficked around the world for forced labour.

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.

SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF CHILD DOMESTIC LABOUR IN PANAMA

The office of the Comptroller General of the Republic of Panama, through the National Institute of Statistics and Census, has carried out four surveys on child labour in the years 2000, 2008, 2010 and 2012. These surveys have been institutionalised in assistance with the Ministry of Labour and Labour Development. Download in Spanish

SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS OF CHILD LABOUR IN DOMESTIC WORK IN TOGO

Togo, one of the most widespread forms of child labour and what constitutes the greater exploitation of the latter is the domestic work. All regions are affected by the phenomenon and have become the source areas providing children for domestic work. This phenomenon affects the most vulnerable children. Download in French

Tackling Child Labour and Protecting Young Workers in Domestic Work: A 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 labour in domestic work 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. 

MACRO ANALYSIS OF SHIFTING GARMENT MANUFACTURING UNITS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON CHILD LABOUR

This study was undertaken to examine the effects of shifting garment manufacturing units on labour dynamics and working environment. The study focused on garment units that have shifted in the last three years in NCR, Bangalore and Ludhiana. In order to understand the changes in labour dynamics factory managers as well as workers were interviewed at these three locations. Also, to have a sound understanding of the situation Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), Trade Unions and representatives of the government were interviewed.

IEC material on garment workers' rights

Absence of decent working conditions and fundamental rights at work may lead to dissatisfaction in employees in any sector and adversely affect the productivity.

Resource Book: For Labour Inspectors on Child Labour and Trafficking of Children for Forced Labour

Child labour is an impediment for national development posing a grave threat to the well being of children and perpetuating the vicious circle of poverty and illiteracy. The magnitude of the issue of child labour calls for concerted efforts from all stakeholders for successful alleviation.

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. 

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