Resources on child domestic work
Practical Guide to Ending Child Labour and Protecting Young Workers in Domestic Work
15 December 2017
The present Practical Guide, which builds on the existing knowledge base developed both by the ILO as well as by other stakeholders, aims at providing practical orientations and the required guidance to prevent and eliminate child labour in domestic work as well as at protecting young domestic workers of legal working age.
Tackling child labour and protecting young workers in domestic work - A resource manual
04 July 2014
Global March and ILO-IPEC launch a Resource Manual on child domestic work
Child Domestic Workers (CDW) in Indonesia: Case studies of Jakarta and greater areas
17 December 2013
Focus on child and adolescent domestic workers in Delhi and Ranchi, India
01 December 2013
This study offers a more textured and nuanced understanding of the differences between the younger and older children regarding how they experience and perceive domestic work.
Child domestic work: Global estimates 2012
04 October 2013
This fact sheet is an update to the global estimates on child domestic work 2008
Ending child labour in domestic work and protecting young workers from abusive working conditions
12 June 2013
New report on domestic work within the framework of the two ILO fundamental conventions on child labour and the recently adopted instruments on decent work for domestic workers.
World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) 2013: No to child labour in domestic work! (Bookmark)
22 March 2013
World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) 2013: No to child labour in domestic work! (Brochure)
22 March 2013
Reportage – Journal investigative report: child labour around us
01 December 2012
In this book, you will find interesting stories as well as individual initiatives that can be used as models for readers to help reduce child labour. These articles include stories about Indonesian children jailed as adults in Australia, about out-of-school children working as substitute bus drivers to survive, and much more.
Tracer Study - PARAGUAY
16 July 2012
This report describes the research carried out in Paraguay following the methodology of tracer study. The research aimed to study the impact occurred in the life of former child beneficiaries of actions programmes implemented by IPEC projects in domestic labour and commercial sexual exploitation sectors.