Resources on child labour in agriculture
SCREAM - A special module on child labour in agriculture
14 September 2021
This publication is a companion module to the SCREAM education pack. It is intended for use by educators to raise awareness among children and youth about child labour in agriculture, in particular the hazards involved, and to promote safe and decent youth employment in the sector.
Rapid Assessment on Child Labour in Agriculture in the Republic of Serbia
31 January 2019
Child labour in herding in rural areas of Swaziland
15 August 2018
Child labour and forced labour
2017 Third-party monitoring during the cotton harvest in Uzbekistan
01 February 2018
This report has been prepared by the International Labour Office pursuant to an agreement between the ILO and the World Bank to carry out third-party monitoring of the World Bank-financed projects in agriculture, water and education sectors in Uzbekistan. Third party monitoring was undertaken and reported on also in 2015 and 2016. The ILO is grateful for the cooperation of the tripartite constituents of Uzbekistan in the monitoring and assessment process. The ILO has tried to reflect the constructive comments and input received from national governmental and non-governmental organizations, including civil society representatives, throughout the process. In line with the request of its partners in Uzbekistan the report contains a number of concrete suggestions for further opportunities, including cooperation involving the ILO and the World Bank. The ILO alone is responsible for the conclusions in this report.
"Organizing against child labour" - African Regional Workshop of rural workers’ trade unions and small producers’ organizations, Accra and Kpando-Torkor, 26-30 September 2017
10 October 2017
Statement of the African Regional Workshop of rural workers’ trade unions and small producers’ organizations to exchange experiences of “Organizing against child labour” adopted in Accra, 30 September 2017, held under the auspices of the International Partnership for Cooperation on Child Labour in Agriculture (IPCCLA) and hosted by the General Agricultural Workers’ Union of the Ghana Trades Union Congress (GAWU) ADOPTED in Accra, 30 September 2017.
Child labour in the primary production of sugarcane
29 September 2017
Child labour in cotton - A briefing
26 July 2017
Agricultural Sub-Sector Child Labour Surveys. Children working in the cultivation and processing of Inland Fishing Stocks, Sugarcane, and Beans and Pulses in Myanmar
27 April 2017
This research study is intended to stimulate a broader discussion on the cause and consequences of child labour in agricultural sub-sectors in Myanmar. As one of the few systematic investigations into children working in agricultural sub-sectors, evidence will inform policy and programmatic strategy.
Child labour and forced labour
2016 Third-party monitoring during the cotton harvest in Uzbekistan
01 February 2017
This report has been prepared by the ILO at the request of the World Bank for the third party monitoring of the World Bank-financed projects in agriculture, water and education sectors in Uzbekistan. The ILO is grateful for the cooperation of the tripartite constituents of Uzbekistan, and in particular the Federation of Trade Unions of Uzbekistan, in the monitoring and assessment process. The ILO has tried to reflect the constructive comments received from its partners throughout the process. In line with their request, it has formulated concrete suggestions for further work by the constituents, including cooperation involving the ILO and the World Bank. The ILO alone is responsible for the conclusions drawn in this report.
Action in the West African cocoa supply chain to address child labour
01 June 2016