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Training & e-learning

2020

FAO elearning Academy - Courses on Child Labour

Explore our wide variety of free, multilingual courses in the areas of food and nutrition security, social and economic developmentand sustainable management of natural resources, all supporting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Forums and community of practice

2020

How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture? FSN Forum report of activity No. 165

This document summarizes the online discussion How can agricultural policies and strategies help to end child labour in agriculture? held on the FAO Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) from 27 April to 25 May 2020. The discussion was facilitated by Jessie Rivera Fagan of FAO in Rome, Italy.The discussion was part of FAO’s activities leading up to the International Year for the Elimination of Child Labour in 2021 and of its broader efforts to contribute to the progress in achieving Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2025. A comprehensive multisectoral approach is often needed [...]

Training & e-learning

2019

Communicating effectively to end child labour in agriculture

This course illustrates how to identify capacity development needs on child labour for agricultural stakeholders. It provides guidance on how to design tailored capacity development activities on child labour in agriculture for a target group. It also explains how to communicate effectively in order to raise awareness on the issue of child labour in agriculture among various types of audiences.  

Training & e-learning

2019

Monitoring and evaluation of child labour in agriculture

This course demonstrates how strong monitoring systems of agricultural programmes can incorporate child labour indicators, suggesting useful strategies. It also provides methodologies to consider when evaluating and reporting on evidence that suggests child labour may have been impacted by an agricultural initiative. The course consists of 2 lessons, ranging from approximately 40 to 45 minutes duration each: Lesson 1  Monitoring progress to address child labour in agriculture Lesson 2  Evidence of impact

Training & e-learning

2019

Addressing child labour in agricultural programmes

This course illustrates how agricultural programmes can help to prevent and reduce child labour in agriculture. It provides guidance at each stage of the programme cycle when integrating child labour concerns in agricultural programmes. While the course is tailored to the information needs of these stakeholders, much of the content will also be highly relevant to others such as agricultural workers, employers and their organizations. The course consists of 2 lessons, ranging from approximately 45 to 60 minutes duration each: Lesson 1  Identify entry points in agricultural programmesLesson 2  Integrating child labour concerns in design and implementation

Training & e-learning

2019

Incorporating child labour in policies and strategies

This course explains national and international legislation aimed at preventing and reducing child labour. It provides suggestions on how to assess whether a policy adequately addresses child labour in agriculture in your country. It also suggests opportunities within the development and implementation of a national rural development or agricultural policy where consideration of child labour concerns could make a difference. The course consists of 2 lessons, ranging from approximately 45 to 50 minutes duration each:     Lesson 1  Assessing policy against national child labour obligations Lesson 2  Identifying opportunities in agricultural policies

Training & e-learning

2019

Using data and knowledge to end child labour in agriculture

This course explains how to utilize, gather and analyse existing data on child labour in agriculture and identify information gaps. It also provides guidance on generating knowledge, providing an overview of data collection techniques, data processing instruments, and how data can be used more effectively to inform policies and programmes. The course consists of 2 lessons, ranging from approximately 35 to 55 minutes duration each:     Lesson 1  Available data and research Lesson 2  Generating knowledge through improved data collection

Training & e-learning

2019

Engaging stakeholders to end child labour in agriculture

This course demonstrates how to carry out a stakeholder analysis to identify some of the relevant actors who can address child labour in farming, livestock, forestry and fisheries. It also provides suggestions on how to coordinate with these stakeholders in design, implementation and monitoring of initiatives that can contribute to the overall reduction of child labour in agriculture.  

Training & e-learning

2019

Introduction to child labour in agriculture

This course gives an overview on the complexity of child labour in agriculture and aims to raise awareness on the importance and urgency of addressing the issue. It provides foundational knowledge to understand the topic and explores what is and what is not child labour, its causes and consequences, as well as the risks and the hazards children can face in agriculture. The course also offers preliminary suggestions on how agricultural stakeholders can address the issue in their work, encouraging learners to continue the course for more guidance.

Training & e-learning

2018

Promoting youth employment and reducing child labour in agriculture

This course presents strategies to strengthen the impact of child labour reduction and youth employment policies and programmes by considering the two issues together. First, it builds an understanding of the differences as well as linkages between child labour and youth employment. Second, it highlights concrete measures to improve policy and programme coherence and support for young people to access decent opportunities in agriculture.
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