During the recent press conference, researchers and experts from NHRCM and ILO presented the main findings of the study, highlighting the most relevant information and data about child labour in Mongolia. These included data on the sectors where child labour is most prevalent, the causes and consequences of child labour, and the most effective strategies to prevent and eliminate it.
The findings revealed that many young children in Mongolia are involved in hazardous child labour. It's absolutely crucial to address the issue of child labour, particularly the worst forms that put children's physical and mental health and well-being at risk."B. Nyamjav, a researcher
The NHRCM conducted the study in order to develop recommendations for relevant decision-makers. The main objectives of the study were:
Click here to view the qualitative study on Child Labour conducted by the NHRCM Tselmeg Urtnasan
For more information, please contact:
Project Communication Officer
Country Office for China and Mongolia