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Alliance 8.7

Alliance 8.7

With 152 million child labourers and 40 million people in modern slavery, it has become imperative that the efforts are accelerated to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal Target 8.7. Alliance 8.7 is a global partnership for eradicating forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labour around the world. The […]

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Supporting Action Against Child Labour in Asia

Supporting Action Against Child Labour in Asia

Asia-Pacific region records the second highest prevalence of child labour in the world, with estimated 62 million children aged 5-14 years said to be working for their survival. Millions have never been to school not enrolled in school and many dropout of the school every year. Although there has been […]

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Accelerating Progress in Ending Child Labour in Africa

Accelerating Progress in Ending Child Labour in Africa

Africa has the largest number of child labourers; 72.1 million African children are estimated to be in child labour and 31.5 million in hazardous work. While some progress was still reported in rest of the world between2012-2016, reductions in child labour in Sub-Saharan Africa were stalled. The agriculture sector accounts […]

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Ending Child Labour in Supply Chains

Ending Child Labour in Supply Chains

Child labour denies girls and boys their rights and often child labour may be involved in many supply chains such as in agriculture and fishing, manufacturing and mining, services and construction, and even at a global or national scale. Child labour is mostly hidden and multinational enterprises may be linked […]

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Gender Responsive Intervention to Child Labour

Gender Responsive Intervention to Child Labour

The prevalence of gender-based violence and discrimination worldwide remains high. In this context, Global March’s gender responsive intervention will pay particular attention to the vulnerabilities that girls and young women face such as sexual violence, early and forced marriages, forced labour, child labour, trafficking, barriers in access to education, etc. […]

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