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I N T E R N A T I O N A L L A B O U R O F F I C E G E N E V A
 
ICLS/18/2008/III
 
I N T E R N A T I O N A L L A B O U R O R G A N I Z A T I O N
 
Report III
Child labour statistics
 
18th International Conference of Labour Statisticians
 Geneva, 24 November–5 December 2008
 
 
 
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First published 2008
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Contents
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Abbreviations .................................................................................................................................... v1.
 
Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 1
 
2.
 
Measurement objectives .......................................................................................................... 4
 
3.
 
International labour standards concerning child labour .......................................................... 7
 
4.
 
Statistical measurement of child labour .................................................................................. 11
 
4.1.
 
Production boundaries .................................................................................................. 11
 
4.2.
 
Child labour measurement framework .......................................................................... 12
 
4.3.
 
Composition of child labour ......................................................................................... 13
 
4.4. Related concepts ........................................................................................................... 14
 
5.
 
Identification of child labour for statistical measurement purposes........................................ 15
 
5.1.
 
General considerations .................................................................................................. 15
 
5.2.
 
Identifying child labour ................................................................................................ 15
 
5.2.1.
 
Involvement in employment or work ................................................................. 16
 
5.2.2. Nature of work .................................................................................................... 17
 
5.2.3.
 
Circumstances of work ....................................................................................... 17
 
5.2.4.
 
Negative consequences of work ......................................................................... 18
 
5.3.
 
Analysing child labour .................................................................................................. 19
 
6.
 
ILO global estimation of child labour ..................................................................................... 21
 
7.
 
Measurement issues in child labour statistics ......................................................................... 24
 
7.1.
 
Treatment of non-market economic production ........................................................... 24
 
7.2.
 
Treatment of non-economic production ........................................................................ 24
 
7.3.
 
Identification of hazardous work by children ............................................................... 27
 
7.3.1.
 
Designated hazardous occupations .................................................................... 29
 
7.3.2
 
Designated hazardous industries ........................................................................ 31
 
7.3.3
 
Hazardous work conditions ................................................................................ 31
 
7.4.
 
Identification of light work ........................................................................................... 33
 
8.
 
Child labour data collection .................................................................................................... 35
 
8.1.
 
Methodologies for child labour data collection ........................................................... 35
 
8.1.1.
 
Household-based survey ..................................................................................... 36
 
8.1.2.
 
Baseline survey/study ......................................................................................... 38
 
8.1.3.
 
Establishment survey .......................................................................................... 38
 
8.1.4
 
Rapid assessment methodology .......................................................................... 39
 
8.1.5.
 
Street children inquiry ........................................................................................ 39
 
8.1.6.
 
School-based survey ........................................................................................... 40
 

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