Special Issues

19 June 2020 09:12

South Asian unions mark World Day Against Child Labour

 

BWI affiliates in India and Nepal carried out various activities to mark the World Day Against Child Labour on 12 June. The unions emphasized the need for joint actions to protect children from abuse and their families, who have been affected negatively by the COVID-19 crisis. This coincided with a BWI statement calling for an end to all forms of child labour by 2025 in line with the United Nations’ (UN) Sustainable Development Goal Target 8.7Read more...


14 June 2020 13:19

As part of BWI's observance of the World Day Against Child Labour, we are screening a short film titled "Pinky." The film tells the story of Pinky and the challenges she faces as a child labourer. It explores one of the many untold stories of children who are trapped in underage labour and how hope and solidarity can help them reclaim their future.Read more...


15 March 2019 15:59

BWI Youth Voices Against Climate Change: Jorge Hernandez SilvaRead more...


28 June 2018 09:35

A new report from the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) finds evidence of widespread exploitation of both women, men, and children in forced labour.Read more...


28 June 2018 07:15

On Sunday the 24th of June people from all over Belgium and the Netherlands joined the Child Learn Marathon for a child labour free world. Read more...


22 November 2016 03:48

Amidst considerable global uncertainty, COP22 focused on implementation and finance issues such as the Adaptation Fund and the principle national approach to climate change, Nationally Determined Contributions. Read more...