Grey Literature 19 September 2017

Global Estimates of Child Labour: Results and Trends, 2012-2016

This report, produced by the International Labour Organization, describes the scale and key characteristics of child labour throughout the world. While child labour has decreased globally since 2000, the rate of progress is insufficient to meet target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals, child labour elimination by 2025. 152 million children remain in child labour and significant progress is needed in Africa, where child labour rates are the highest.

Read the report here.

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