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Book Book Leiden University catalogue Leiden University catalogue
Title:Child labour: new and enduring forms from and African development policy perspective
Editors:Alila, Patrick O.ISNI
Njoka, John MurimiISNI
Year:2009
Pages:173
Language:English
City:Nairobi
Publisher:International Labour Organisation (ILO), IPEC and the Institute for Development Studies (IDS), University of Nairobi (UON)
ISBN:9966786074; 9789966786074
Geographic term:Kenya
Subjects:child labour
labour policy
Abstract:This collective volume offers a descriptive analysis of child labour as a contemporary global human development problem. It focuses on Kenya. Contributions: Child labour: a conceptual framework, emergent trends and policy directions, by John Murimi Njoka, John Kabutha Mugo & Paul K. Kamau; Commercial sex exploitation of children: policy action strategy in Kenya, by John Murimi Njoka; Education and child labour trends in Kenya, by John Kabutha Mugo; Vocational training: addressing child labour in Kenya, by Pius Mutuku Mutie; Child employees in micro and small enterprises (MSEs) in Kenya: a focus on child labour problem and policy implications, by Geoffrey R. Njeru; Child participation in the elimination of child labour, by Roseanne N. Njiru & John Murimi Njoka; Conclusion: child labour and poverty, by Paulo K. Kamau and Patrick O. Alila. An appendix includes international and national legal instruments. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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