This booklet is one in a set of three booklets that aims at educating stakeholders about the problem of child labour, the national policies, legislation and strategies and the specific hazards of engagement of children in tobacco farming. Readers are encouraged to read the full set in order to get a full understanding of the problem and interventions at both a national and global levels.

Child labour book series: Corporate social responsibility for farmers, No. 1: Understanding the concept of child labour, International Labour Organization (ILO), 2009 DOWNLOAD

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