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Child Work and Labour

Child labour and the worst forms of child labour, as defined by International Labour Organization (ILO ) Conventions, damage children’s health, threaten their education and lead to further exploitation and abuse. UNICEF does not oppose work that children may perform at home, on the family farm or for a family business, as long as that work is not a danger to their health and well-being, and if it doesn’t prevent them from going to school and enjoying childhood activities.

Projects 2003-2005

Developing new strategies for Understanding Children's Work and its impact
Archived projects

2000-2002

Developing new strategies for Understanding Children's Work and its impact
Home-based work research project

1997-1999

Child work and education

1994-1996

The relationship between child work and education

1991-1993

Street and working children