Alliance 8.7 is a global partnership committed to take immediate and effective measures to eradicate forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labour, in accordance with Target...
Child labour slated for abolition falls into the following three categories:
(1) Labour that is performed by a child who is under the minimum age specified for that kind of work (as defined by national legislation; in accordance with accepted international standards); and that is thus likely to impede the child's education and full development.
(2) Labour that jeopardizes the physical; mental or moral well-being of a child; either because of its nature or because of the conditions in which it is carried out; known as hazardous work.
(3) The unconditional worst forms of child labour; which are internationally defined as slavery; trafficking; debt bondage and other forms of forced labour; forced recruitment of children for use in armed conflict; prostitution and pornography; and illicit activities.
Repository categorizing and summarizing existing resources on labor and sex trafficking of children and adults, as well as the trafficking of organs and body parts.
Overview of issues related to child labour, including situation of children in migration