In the last session of the National Steering Committee for the Prevention and Eradication of Child Labour (CPETI, in Spanish), a quadripartite body – which includes civil society organisations, as well as governmental representatives, employers and workers, the reviewing process of the National Strategy for the Prevention and Eradication of
The Global March Against Child Labour (Global March) in the South American subregion, represented by organisations in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, Ecuador and Peru, supports the position of Global March’s Brazilian member, National Forum for the Prevention and Eradication of Child Labour (FNPETI, in portuguese) regarding the processing of
The Global March Against Child Labour network, and in particular the Confederación de Trabajadores de la Educación de la República Argentina (CTERA) suffered a huge loss.
A key and long standing member of the Global March movement in South America and a child rights supporter in Argentina, the former head
The HERON01 is an exclusive collaboration between famed designer and artist Heron Preston and the 3D technology company Zellerfeld.
With the launch of this sneaker, which is designed with 3D technology and is 100% recyclable, this powerful beauty supported Global March Against Child Labour in the fight to support
Norma Flores López | Regional Board Representative from North America, Global March Against Child Labour
“It is truly an honor to represent my community. I am humbled to join the distinguished list of past recipients, and to share this year’s award with the International Labour Organization. I also share this award with
This is the Year for the Elimination of Child Labor. What can democracies do to make this a reality?
By Timothy Ryan | September 23, 2021
Two years ago, when Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro favorably promoted the idea of labor for children as young as eight or nine,
19 August, 2021
The current situation in Afghanistan has once again shed light on the systemic oppression of the Afghan people, violation of international humanitarian laws and the impact of political decisions and actions on the lives of children.
For many, the ‘dark days’ have returned. Over 250,000 Afghans have
On June 19, the Global March Against Child Labour team and the Child Labour Prevention Network-JARAK from Indonesia suffered a huge loss.
The former Executive Director of JARAK, Mr. Achmad Marzuki succumbed to COVID-19 on June 19. JARAK has been a long standing member of the Global March network.
Global March Against Child Labour
At the last Global Conference on Child Labour in Argentina in 2017, the relatively good news was that the number of child labourers had dropped to 152 million. That progress has now been threatened by the COVID-19 crisis.
In mid-2020 the Global March Against Child
By Gazal Malik
Edited by Riya Singh Rathore, Kavita Majumdar
At least 1.01 crore child labourers in India, aged between 5 and 14, are engaged in agriculture, hazardous industries, service establishments, and domestic work (UNICEF n.d.). The agriculture sector is the biggest employer of children who are involved in dangerous