Employers' Handbook on Child Labour - A Guide for Taking Action

Book : Employers' Handbook on Child Labour - A Guide for Taking Action

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Child Labor

Publishing Location : Geneva

Published Date : Mayıs 2009

Publisher : International Organisation of Employers

Document Type : Report

Book No : 6370

INDEX

I. CHILD LABOUR* A CHALLENGE FOR EMPLOYERS
II. THE INTERNATIONAL FRAMEWORK
A. INTERNATIONAL LABOUR STANDARDS
B. The ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
C. INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME ON THE ELIMINATION OF CHILD LABOUR.
D. role of the ILO Bureau for Employers'AcnvmES
E. Other Relevant united Nations Programmes
DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING STRATEGIES FOR EMPLOYER ACTION
A. Planning for Action at the National Level
(1) Policies
(2) Programmes
(3) Project
B. Building Alliances
C. Key Issues in Project Design
(1) Problem Identification
(2) Problem Assessment
(3) Project Design and Implementation
(4) Monitoring and Evaluation
EMPLOYER "BEST PRACTICE" ON CHILD LABOUR
A. Awareness-Raising and Policy Development Initiatives
(1) Employees' Confederation of the Philippines
(2) National Association of Colombia Industrialists
(3) The Federation of Nepalese Commerce and Industry - Employers' Council.
(4) The Ghana Eniployers1 Association
(4) The Federation of Egyptian Industries
(6) National Employers' Council of Senegal
(7) The Employers' Confederation of Zimbabwe
(8) Confederation of Production and Trade - Chile
B. Employer Action to Combat Child Labour in Specific Sectors
(1) All India Organisation of Employers
(2) Federation of Kenya Employers
(3) Association of Tanzania Employers
(4) Turkish Confederation of Employer Associations
(5) The Federation of Uganda Employers
(6) National Confederation of Private Employer Institutions - Peru
C. Direct Support for Removal and Rehabilitation of Child Workers..
(1) Garment Industry in Bangladesh
(2) Sporting Goods Industry in Pakistan
(3) Carpet Industry in Pakistan
(4) The Coffee Industry in Central America
(5) Domestic Child Workers in Pakistan
(6) Informal Sector in Bolivia
(7) Coordinating Committee of Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial
and Financial Associations - Guatemala
(8) Costa Rican Union of Chambers and Associations pf Private Enterprise
(9) CONFINDUSTRIA - Italy
D. Corporate Initiatives on Child Labour
(1) Labelling or Certification Schemes
The RUGMARK International Initiative
(2) Corporate Codes of Conduct
C&A
Charles Veillon, S.A
Walt Disney Company
Reebok
Nike
(3) Industry Codes of Conduct
The World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry
The Toy Industry
The Fair Labor Association
The Confederation of Indian Industry
E. IOE Views on Voluntary Codes of Conduct and Labelling.
KEY LESSONS LEARNED