The Worst Forms of Child Labour in Asia. Main findings from Bangladesh and Nepal

For the IREWOC project "The Worst Forms of Child Labour in Asia" Afke de Groot studied children in brick kilns, restaurants, and those working as porters in Nepal; Anna Ensing studied children working in the leather sector and the conditions of working girls in Dhaka, Bangladesh; Nanna Baum studied domestic workers in Bangladesh - both in the city and at home in the villages. Additional data is presented by Mariette de Graaf, who studied the working conditions of children involved in Dhaka's leather sector from an occupational hygiene point of view.

Published 2011-05-11