1. Events of the World Day against Child Labour 2007

    06 June 2007

  2. Memorandum of Understanding on Labour, Employment and manpower Development between the Government of the State of Kuwait and the Government of the Republic of India

    10 April 2007

  3. Memorandum of Understanding regarding the organization of the migration of Egyptian laborers to working the Hasmite Kingdom of Jordan

    29 March 2007

  4. Framework agreement of cooperation on immigration between the Kingdom of Spain and the Republic of Cape Verde

    20 March 2007

  5. Implementation Report 2007: IPEC action against child labour: Highlights 2006

    12 March 2007

    This report is the implementation report of the ILO's International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) for 2006.

  6. Framework agreement of cooperation on immigration between the Kingdom of Spain and the Republic of Mali

    23 January 2007

  7. Child labour wages and productivity: Results from demand-side surveys. May 2007. (SIMPOC)

    20 January 2007

    This new study from the ILO sets out to explore the possibility that, in some contexts at least, employers may actually have an economic incentive to hire children rather than adults. Data on wages and productivity of children and adults in two occupations in four countries - Ghana, India, the Philippines and Uganda - were gathered between 2004 and 2005. The results indicated that where demand-side incentives were a substantial driver for child labour, there was a case for specific demand-side policy to address them. The study further discusses three approaches - participatory regulation, informal sector support and technical assistance. The study showed that systematic research on children's wages and productivity is possible and concluded that further research on demand-side incentives is essential if policies aimed at eliminating child labour are to be effective and appropriate.

  8. Enhancing social protection to alleviate HIV/AIDS induced child labour: Experiences from Uganda. Paper No. 11

    01 January 2007

    The objectives of this paper are to define social protection and its purpose in the context of HIV/AIDS and Child Labour. Using experiences from Uganda, this paper presents a strategy for integrating and mainstreaming social protection into action programmes supported by ILO-IPEC, as well as working with all major stakeholders to prevent HIV/AIDS induced child labour. The strategy incorporates all responsible social protection providers across all sectors and demands a central coordinating presence at central government level.

  9. Newsletter - The ILO and indigenous and tribal peoples (theme - discrimination)

    01 January 2007


  1. Agreement on migratory regularization between the Government o the Republic of Paraguay and the Government of the Republic of Bolivia

    20 October 2006