World Day Against Child Labour

"Let's Act on our Commitments: End Child Labour"

This year's World Day Against Child Labour will focus on celebrating the 25th anniversary of the adoption of ILO Convention No. 182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour (1999), which, in 2020, was the first ILO Convention to be universally ratified.  While calling on ILO member States that have not done so to ratify ILO Convention No. 138 for Minimum Age on Admission to Employment or Work (1973), the World Day will also be an opportunity for reminding all stakeholders to improve their implementation of the these two fundamental ILO Conventions on child labour.

The World Day will be marked by ILO constituents and partners around the world, and with a high-level event during the International Labour Conference in Geneva on 12 June.

More information and the trello board with all the campaign materials will soon be available here: www.ilo.org/ChildLabourWorldDay