Slideshows on child labour
Tackling child labour and empowering children in Syria
06 August 2020
In Syria, SCREAM was implemented in four targeted governorates: Aleppo, Damascus, Rural Damascus and Homs. The SCREAM activities were planned and carried out in coordination with key partners, including the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labour (MOSAL), UNHCR and three NGO’s: Al Nada, Child Care and Al Nama’a.
World Day Against Child Labour 2019 - Thematic Forum during the 108th (Centenary) Session of the ILC
14 June 2019
100 years of ILO action to tackle child labour
24 April 2019
Clear Cotton Project Launch - Brussels Event Highlights
20 November 2018
World Day Against Child Labour 2018 - Geneva Event Highlights
12 June 2018
We need safe and healthy workplaces for young people
27 April 2018
To celebrate World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 28 April and the World Day against Child Labour in June, the ILO is hosting the ‘Generation Safe and Healthy’ photo exhibition at its headquarters in Geneva – part of a campaign to keep young workers safe in the workplace and to end child labour.
The fight against sex tourism on Madagascar’s beaches
12 April 2018
An ILO project in the area of Tuléar supports community efforts to fight commercial sexual exploitation of children, one of the worst forms of child labour.
Children's messages on World Day Against Child Labour 2017
12 June 2017
Event to mark World Day Against Child Labour 2017
12 June 2017
In Geneva, the World Day Against Child Labour 2017 was marked by an event held on 12 June at Michelangelo Pistoletto’s “Rebirth” sculpture in Parc l’Ariana at the Palais des Nations. The event took place during the 106th Session of the International Labour Conference, and it was organized by the ILO in collaboration with the United Nations Office in Geneva and Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto.
Child labour in Haiyan (Yolanda) affected areas
26 April 2017
On a school day, children are picking garbage in a landfill site in Tacloban, a city devastated by Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda). Children in areas affected by natural disasters are vulnerable to child labour. ILO’s emergency employment and livelihood programmes help ensure that adults are at work and not their children, by promoting decent work and extending social protection coverage while rebuilding communities.