Experts from the ILO’s International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour discuss research on global trends in the realization of this fundamental human right, including an analysis of important developments in the business contribution to the elimination of child labour.

The webinar can be accessed here and the presentation can be downloaded below.

Human Rights and social justice: Let’s end child labour - ILO, UN Global Compact, 2012 DOWNLOAD

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