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Module 11: A Smart Worker -- Empowerment for children, youth and families: 3R trainers’ kit on rights, responsibilities and representation -- Supporting Life Skills in Myanmar

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Course kit

Training module in the 3-R Trainer's Kit.  This module discusses the key responsibilities of workers and and explains their fundamental rights at work. In the first unit, participants are familiarized with workers’ basic responsibilities at work and in the family. The second unit gives an overview of the fundamental principles and rights at work as agreed by ILO member States in 1998. Emphasis is given to the principles: “No to Discrimination” and “Right to Organize”, as these are vital for realizing decent work for all workers in the global economy. The unit concludes with an introduction to decent work for domestic workers. Finally, Unit 3 discusses priority health issues at work: maternity protection, occupational safety and health and fair treatment of workers living with HIV and Aids. 

Project Topics
Limited access to education
Cultural norms
Working conditions
Child Labor
Hazardous child labor
Decent work for youth
Freedom of association
Forced labor
Occupational Safety and Health
Worst forms of child labor (WFCL)
Gender inequalities
Child domestic work
Health effects
Reduced employment opportunities
Reduced learning opportunities
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Intervention Type
Economic empowerment

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My-PEC: Myanmar Program on the Elimination of Child Labor
International Labor Organization (ILO)
International Labor Organization (ILO)

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