Global March

Virtual walk against child labor

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Marche virtuelle contre le travail des enfant en vue de la manifestation conjointe OIT-Marche mondiale, prévue le 4 juin 2018 à Genève, dans le cadre de la Conférence internationale du Travail
 
Contexte
Pour marquer la Journée mondiale contre le travail des enfants de 2018, en même temps

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Marcha virtual Contra el Trabajo Infantil

Paquete de Comunicaciones para Redes Sociales Marcha virtual Contra el Trabajo Infantil hacia evento en conjunto OIT-Marcha Global durante la Conferencia Internacional del Trabajo
4 de junio de 2018, Ginebra
Contexto

Para conmemorar el Día Mundial Contra el Trabajo Infantil del presente año y el vigésimo aniversario de la Marcha Global Contra

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UN Finally Puts Child Slavery on Development Agenda

September 28, 2015 | Tim Ryan Last week the United Nations passed its next set of commitments for development, the “Sustainable Development Goals,” for the coming 15 years and added important labor issues that its member states are obligated to prioritize. “This is significant,” said child labor crusader and Nobel Prize […]

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Remarks by Gordon Brown UN Special Envoy for Global Education

Remarks by Gordon Brown UN Special Envoy for Global Education

on Malala Day, July,13 at United Nations A former football stitcher, fifteen year old Razia Sultan symbolise real struggle and success from exploitation to education and is an inspiration to millions of girls who are trapped into vicious circle of child servitude, illiteracy and poverty. She herself has passed 11th […]

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Final report of 2010 Global Child Labour Conference

The final report of the Global Child Labour Conference held in The Hague, May 2010, is now available from the conference organisers, the Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment of the Netherlands and the International Labour Organization (ILO). Over 500 representatives from 97 countries around the world participated attended the […]

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