Child labor in its worst forms has exceedingly become prevalent throughout Lebanon with children working under harmful and difficult conditions. Children can be found working informally on farms, on the street, on constructions sites, and in delivery services, to name a few. Governmental and civil society organizations in Lebanon have worked closely to address protection concerns for working children and provide sufficient services and programming to respond to this problem. However, the prevalence and depth of the problems is widespread.
This website is meant to provide a space for agencies in Lebanon and beyond to share creative and engaging tools that can be used by frontline workers and project management staff to end or reduce the harm that working children are exposed to. Materials and tools shared on this site can be used for advocacy purposes to galvanize communities into action to end child labor.
- Some of the tools you can browse through on this website include:
- A risk mitigation comic for street children (English, Arabic)
- A risk mitigation comic for children working in agriculture (English, Arabic)
- Posters with key messages for children
- Parenting skills modules for caregivers of working children (English, Arabic)
- Community guidebook on Worst Forms of Child Labor
- Pocket guidebook for front-liners
- Child labor case management tools
We encourage all to use these materials and urge colleagues to contact us with feedback based on their experience of using them with children, families, and communities.
We know others have also developed incredibly impactful tools. This website offers a forum for agencies or individuals to share their Child Labor related materials with a broader audience as well. We encourage contribution of materials, which can come from any part of the world, that meet the following guidelines:
- Materials relate to child labor
- Materials clearly show proper references and acknowledgments
- Materials must be available free of charge to users
Ready to share? Contact us!
Please do not modify materials, and reference originating acknowledgments appropriately.
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