Our impact

The ECLT Foundation works directly with communities in 6 countries.

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International Advocacy

Working with global leaders

Joining forces is key to maximising our impact and eliminating child labour. At international level ECLT actively engages with the United Nations, International Non-Governmental Organisations, and Multi-National Companies. ECLT is a member of the UN Global Compact, ILO Child Labour Platform Alliance 8.7 and a holder of United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) special consultative Status.

National Advocacy

Supporting National efforts to eliminate child labour
  • At the National Level, ECLT brings together government, employer and worker representatives, farmers associations, civil society and local leaders to secure concrete commitments, to build capacity and close policy gaps.

  • ECLT raises awareness on child labour and supports the development and implementation of national, district and local action plans.

Advocacy news

Check out the latest news on our work with international, national and local stakeholders.
  • 10.02.2020

    Why does child labour happen? Here are some of the root causes

    Children are most often involved in child labour because their parents or guardians consider it ‘normal’ for children to work, and sometimes for children’s own survival and that of their families. Here are some of the root causes which make children particularly vulnerable to child labour.

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  • 20.01.2020

    Quality Education for a Brighter Future

    As the world celebrates International Day of Education, it is time to reflect how access to quality education can fights child labour, gives children a brighter future, breaks the cycle of poverty, promotes development and advances progress towards the SDGs

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  • 10.01.2020

    Child labour or acceptable work? Do you know the difference?

    Not sure about what is and what is not child labour? This article explains how you can tell the difference and what type of light work is acceptable for children to be doing using the ILO's definitions.

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