This International Labor Organization report brings together specialists in occupational safety and health, youth employment and child labor from around the world to share strategies for preventing young children from being drawn into hazardous work and for protecting youth of legal working age from working under dangerous conditions. This educational report examines the unique ways that employers, unions, governments, donors, families, and the children themselves can contribute to resolving the problem of hazardous child labor.
What Tavaana Students Have to Say
The best aspect of this course is that, at age 50, I have just now learned what rights I had and knew nothing about. It has changed my view on life in an extraordinary way, and I will pass this information on to women and girls in any way I can.
- Jila, Women's Rights course graduate