Stakeholders like World Vision, The Centre for Child Rights & Business, and UN Global Compact have shared their 2021 Action Pledges with the world. To maximize engagement around the World Day Against Child Labour on 12 June, we are asking…
Celebrities like Samuel Eto’o, A.R. Rahman, and Laura Pausini have raised their voices ahead of the World Day Against Child Labour. Famous voices can make a difference! Everyone knows someone who’s a little bit famous – singer-songwriters, visual artists, soccer…
Hundreds of stakeholders, including governments, organizations, businesses, and academic institutions have outlined clear goals for 2021. They are conducting surveys, organizing events, and putting children’s rights at the heart of their operations. These ambitious plans will make a difference for…
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Bukeni Waruzi, executive director of the international NGO Free the Slaves, talks about the importance of ending child labour and reuniting children with their families.
Representatives of the United Nations in Turkey have been working with the government to end child labour. They urge the international community to select a specific action and achieve it within 2021.
The ILO and IOM are launching a call for research proposals around ending child labour, forced labour, and human trafficking.
Today, 4.3 million children are in forced labour. Use your pen as a force for good! The ILO and Human Resources without Borders will award a prize to the best illustration around the theme of children in forced labour.
The President of Djibouti pledged to accelerate action against child labour. More than 75 enterprises promised to create thousands of new jobs for local youth. And all participating stakeholders signed a Declaration on Employment.
On Thursday, 11 February, we launched the International Year in a special event for Latin America and the Caribbean.