Worldwide, the majority of child labour is concentrated in the agricultural sector, including fisheries and aquaculture. This brief provides an overview of children’s engagement in child labour in fisheries and aquaculture, the risks they are exposed to and what can be done to address the problem, with a particular focus on the role of fisheries stakeholders.

Eliminating child labour in fisheries and aquaculture - Promoting decent work and sustainable fish value chains, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), 2018 DOWNLOAD

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