Resources from others
We believe in using and sharing tools and resources with other organisations. Here we describe useful resources and provide links to them, and the organisations that developed them.
Child labour data country briefs from the ILO
Here you can find child labour data by country from the ILO. The material is based on data from SIMPOC surveys and a set of common indicators. Country data relevant to the ECLT programme are Malawi, the Philippines and Zambia.
Policy to address child labour in agriculture
Also from the ILO are a useful range of briefing materials to inform policy work. ‘Tackling hazardous child labour in agriculture: guidance on policy practice’ has been produced to help policy-makers ensure that agriculture is a priority sector for the elimination of child labour. The guidebooks included in the package provide policy-makers and stakeholder organisations – employers’ organisations, trade unions, occupational safety and health agencies/institutions, agricultural agencies and others – with information and ideas needed to plan, formulate and implement policies and programmes to tackle hazardous child labour in agriculture. They contain comprehensive resource and reference materials intended to address the needs of a variety of key audiences, especially organisations with similar objectives to ECLT.
IPEC also has useful guidelines on how to design, develop and operate child labour monitoring along with practical examples that will help to adapt the model to specific child labour situations. Visit ILO’s website to download the child labour monitoring resource kit.