Thsi study addresses issues including, but not limited to, the worst forms of child labour (WFCL) in the gold mining sector, risk factors associated with and pathways into child labour, types of work performed, living and working conditions, and perceptions of the situation from those involved.

Child Labor in the Small-Scale Gold Mining Industry in Suriname - United States Department of Labor and ICF International, 2012 DOWNLOAD

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