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Preparation of this document
Executive summary
1.1 Background
1 Introduction
1.2 Purpose and structure of this study
1.3 Methodology and constraints
2.1 Defining child labour
2 Framework for child labour in the livestock sector
2.2 Causes and consequences of child labour
2.2.1 Causes: supply and demand factors
2.2.2 Consequences of child labour
Economic consequences of child labour:
2.2.3 Education and child labour in livestock
2.3 International standards and legislation on child labour
2.3.1 Universality of child rights
3 Children’s work activities in the livestock sector
3.1 What activities do children undertake?
3.1.1 Children undertaking herding activities
3.1.2 Sociocultural aspects of children herding livestock
3.1.3 Other activities children undertake within the livestock sector
3.2 Children in hazardous work
4 Conclusion and recommendations
4.1 Conclusion
4.2 Recommendations
4.2.1 Research institutes and academia (also within international organizations)
4.2.2 National governments
4.2.3 Producers’, employers’ and workers’ organizations
4.2.4 Rural communities, parents and children
4.2.5 Companies and multinational enterprises involved in the livestock industry
4.2.6 Development partners
4.2.7 FAO
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2013 Fao Ti Sector Ganaderia

2013 Fao Ti Sector Ganaderia

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Published by: Victor Chebez on Feb 28, 2014
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