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Magnitud y características del trabajo infantil en Peru: Informe de 2015

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Country
Release Year
2016
Document Type
REPORT

The objectives of this report are to determine the magnitude and characteristics of economic activity (occupancy rates, child labor, hazardous work, risk of forced labor) and to analyze patterns of time use (participation in economic activities, school attendance and participation in housework at home) of children aged 5 to 17 years in Peru. It also aims to analyze the determinants of the relationship between the participation of children of this age group in economic activities and school, describe the relationship between child labor and health, estimate the magnitude and characterize the participation of children in domestic tasks in the home itself, and present the progress of the National Strategy for the Prevention and Eradication of Child Labor project from 2012-2021.

Project Topics
Child Labor
Rurality
Poverty
Gender inequalities
Reduced learning opportunities
Economic shocks
Family disruption
Hazardous child labor
Worst forms of child labor (WFCL)
Health effects
Cultural norms
Forced labor
Child domestic work
Working conditions
Limited access to education
Race and Ethnicity
Disabilities and health issues
Occupational Safety and Health
Economic Sector
AGRICULTURE
Crops
Wholesale and retail trade
Hotels and restaurants
Street vending
Construction
Domestic work
Transport
Livestock
Fishing
Mining
Manufacturing
Intervention Type
Public-private partnerships
Policy strengthening
Social protection systems
Capacity building - Government
Economic empowerment
Education
Labor monitoring systems
Awareness-raising
Enforcement of laws
Capacity building - Civil society
Training
Research
Microfinance
Goods
Grantee
International Labor Organization (ILO)
Author
International Labour Office (ILO), Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Service (FUNDAMENTALS); Ministry of Labor and Employment Promotion Peru (MTPE)
Research Type
Qualitative research
Quantitative research
Language
Spanish
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