New Report on Child Labour in the Arab Region

29 March 2019
Research Innovation

A new multi-organizational report “Child Labour in the Arab Region: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis” looks at the recent trends in child labour across the region. Commissioned by the League of Arab States and the Arab Council for Childhood Development with the support of the International Labour Organization, the Food and Agriculture Organization and the Arab Labour Organization, the report found that an increase in war and conflict over the past decade corresponds with an increase in child labour among refugee and internally displaced children.

Read the Conflict and Humanitarian Settings Thematic Overview for more on the relationship between conflict and child labour.

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