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Report On The National Stakeholder Consultation On The Time-Bound Programme Against The Worst Forms Of Child Labour in Nepal (June 2001)
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The three-day National Stakeholder Consultation was organized by the International Labour Organization's (ILO) International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC) in Kathmandu from 8 to 10 May 2001.
The Time-Bound Programmes aims to prevent eliminate the worst forms of child labour within a defined period of time. The Time-Bound Programme combines sectoral, themaric and geographical based approaches and links against child labour to national development policies. It is essentially a set of integrated policy and programme actions designed to take places simultaneously at all levels from the individual, family, national to the international level.
Nepal is one of the first three countries on the globe selected for the development and implementation of the IPEC Time-Bound Programme for the elimination of the worst forms of child labour. Nepal pledged its commitment during the Washington Conference on "Advancing the Global Campaign Against Child Labour; Progress Made and Future Actions" in MAy 2000 and at the International Labour Conference in Geneva in June 2000.
In cooperation with His Majesty's Government and is Social Parmers, the ILO/IPEC is presently building a programme of unprecederoed scope to eliminate the worst forms of child labour: the Time-Bound Programme in Nepal. In this process the National Stakeholder Consultation was organized with the overall strategic objectives to build national ownership of the time-bound programme and to enlist political and technical support of national and international organizations in the development of the time-bound programme. During the Consultation, target groups and target areas for the implementation of the Time-Bound Programme were identified and effective and practical strategies to draw an action plan for implementation of the Time-Bound Programme were outline.
Agreement was also reached on how the geographical area for the implementation of the Time-Bound Programme must be identified and the participants pointed out some priority areas. The activities related to child rag pickers and child domestic workers would be implemented in urban centres. The activities related to Kamaiya, the child bonded labourers, will focus on the five Kamaiya district and other district in eastern Terai( to be identified). The focus of activities related to child trafficking will be in the 26 trafficking prone districts, urban centres as well as transir points. The activities on the child porters would concentrate in the eastern and central hill districts and in such districts as Surkhet and Bajhang. The areas for work on children in mining and children in the carpec sector are yet to be identified through action research.
The Consultation also identified specfic roles and responsibilities of the key stakeholders in consideration of the comparative advantage of the institutions. The government should take up the responsibility of leadership, coordination and of assuring the involvement of the decentralised levels as well as to allocate resources in budges at national DDC and VDC levels for activities directed at the elimination of the worst forms of the child labour. The employers and workers organization should utilize their nation-wide networks for advocacy and lobbying and also take affirmative action through codes of conduct. They could also replicate good practices such as the areas based approach as developed in existing IPEC Action Programme; Civil Society and NGO's should be involved in awareness raising advocacy, lobbying and direct action programme related to prevention and rehabilitation of the children. The donor community can assist by mobilizing resources and assuring effectiveness, donor coordination and synery in the programmes.
Publisher:
ILO ,   (2001 )
Type / Script:
Progress Report in English
Keywords:
CHILD LABOUR, STAKEHOLDER, LABOUR, SOCIAL POLICY, POVERTY, POVERTY REDUCTION, SOCIAL MOBILIZATION, EDUCATION, TRAININGS, GENDER, CAPACITY BUILDING, VOCATIONAL TRAINING, INTERVENTION, LABOUR MARKET, LEADERSHIP, CHILD RIGHTS, CHILD PROTECTION, EDUCATION, ILLITERACY, CHILD ABUSE, TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS, CIVIL SOCIRTY, CHILD DOMESTIC WORKERS, CHILD PORTERS, DOMESTIC WORKERS
Thematic Group:
 ILO : International Labor & Labor
Thesaurus:
12.06.00  -  Special Categories Of Workers
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