Project Resource

Armenia National Child Labour Survey 2015: Analytical Report

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Release Year
2016
Document Type
National Child Labor Survey (NCLS)

The survey collected information on children's economic activity, social status, living conditions, employment, type of employment, working conditions, sectors of activity and occupation, involvement in household chores, and interactions between employment-education and employment-health. In addition, the survey provided the opportunity to examine the characteristics of child labour in Armenia for the first time, including the involvement of children in hazardous labour. The survey findings will provide up-to-date statistical information on children's involvement in the labour market and enrich Armenia's labour market statistics, as well as clarify the situation of children's economic activity in the context of before-mentioned conventions.

Project Topics
Child Labor
Migration
Reduced learning opportunities
Child domestic work
Working conditions
Poverty
Limited access to education
Gender inequalities
Rurality
Health effects
Occupational Safety and Health
Family disruption
Economic Sector
Crops
Fishing
Forestry
Construction
Wholesale and retail trade
Transport
Hotels and restaurants
Intervention Type
Research
Social protection systems
Advocacy programs
Awareness-raising
Capacity building - Civil society
Capacity building - Government
Education
Goods
Grantee
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Author
International Labour Office (ILO), Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch (FUNDAMENTALS); National Statistical Service of the Republic of Armenia (NSS)
Language
English
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