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New knowledge on children and young people: a synthesis of evidence - summary paper
R. Marcus; E. Page; J. Stephenson; D. Walker / Impact Initiative 2015
Improving children and young people’s (CYP) wellbeing, and recognising the role they can play in creating a more sustainable world will be critical to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This timely report provides ...
Balancing school and work with new opportunities: changes in children’s gendered time use in Ethiopia (2006-2013)
Young Lives 2016
Focusing on the relationship between children’s work and school attendance, this paper explores time use trends among boys and girls in Ethiopia. It does this by comparing the time use of two cohorts of children at the sa...
A national policy study on child labour and development in the Philippines
L. Lanzona; F.T. Aldaba; R.J. Tamangan 2004
The alarming number of children engaged in labour as released by the National Statistics Office from the years 1995 to 2001 gave rise to a timely national policy study to review all the important studies available on child labour and ...
An empirical analysis on the tradeoff between schooling and child labor in the Philippines
F. Aldaba; L. Lanzona / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
This paper looks into the reality that is child labor and tries to understand its existence in light of education realities and schooling issues in the Philippines. It attempts to answer the aforesaid question through the inves...
Profile of out-of-school children in the Philippines
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2012
The Philippines committed to Millennium Development Goals and Education for All (EFA) targets that include universal primary education. However, various data sources, including the Department of Education`s Basic Education Information...
2016: The year of Engaging Men and Boys in stopping gender-based violence | Policy and research from CARE Insights
CARE International 2015
This policy brief outlines how the NGO CARE International has developed programmes to engage men and boys for over 15 years with the aim of achieving gender equality. It draws on evidence from the curriculum-based approach developed i...
Children’s involvement in small business: does it build youth entrepreneurship?
R. Mnenwa; E. Maliti / Research on Poverty Alleviation, Tanzania 2010
The increasing involvement of children in small businesses1 in Tanzania has raised concerns over the effects of child work, not only on the development of children’s intellectual capacity, but also on their future entrepreneuria...
How does reducing years of compulsory schooling affect education and labor market outcomes in a developing country?
A. Elsayed; O. Marie / Economic Research Foundation, India 2015
At the end of the 1980’s, Egypt introduced a policy change to its pre-university education system where the years of primary education decreased from six to five, reducing the overall years of compulsory education from nine to e...
Shaping our collective futures: the Africa we want
N Abdulmelik (ed) 2013
In 50 years, what kind of Africa can we envision, and then proceed to achieve? What are the non-negotiables? What agenda will see a true transformation of the world in which we live? What factors will enable us to not simply survive, ...
Findings on the worst forms of child labor 2013
2014
The existence of child labour, particularly in its worst forms, often involves violations of laws and regulations, including serious criminal violations.  This report focuses on the efforts of certain U.S. trade beneficiary count...
Items 1 to 10 of 21

Items 1 to 10 of 21

New knowledge on children and young people: a synthesis of evidence - summary paper
R. Marcus; E. Page; J. Stephenson; D. Walker / Impact Initiative 2015
Improving children and young people’s (CYP) wellbeing, and recognising the role they can play in creating a more sustainable world will be critical to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This timely report provides ...
Balancing school and work with new opportunities: changes in children’s gendered time use in Ethiopia (2006-2013)
Young Lives 2016
Focusing on the relationship between children’s work and school attendance, this paper explores time use trends among boys and girls in Ethiopia. It does this by comparing the time use of two cohorts of children at the sa...
A national policy study on child labour and development in the Philippines
L. Lanzona; F.T. Aldaba; R.J. Tamangan 2004
The alarming number of children engaged in labour as released by the National Statistics Office from the years 1995 to 2001 gave rise to a timely national policy study to review all the important studies available on child labour and ...
An empirical analysis on the tradeoff between schooling and child labor in the Philippines
F. Aldaba; L. Lanzona / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
This paper looks into the reality that is child labor and tries to understand its existence in light of education realities and schooling issues in the Philippines. It attempts to answer the aforesaid question through the inves...
Profile of out-of-school children in the Philippines
Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2012
The Philippines committed to Millennium Development Goals and Education for All (EFA) targets that include universal primary education. However, various data sources, including the Department of Education`s Basic Education Information...
2016: The year of Engaging Men and Boys in stopping gender-based violence | Policy and research from CARE Insights
CARE International 2015
This policy brief outlines how the NGO CARE International has developed programmes to engage men and boys for over 15 years with the aim of achieving gender equality. It draws on evidence from the curriculum-based approach developed i...
Children’s involvement in small business: does it build youth entrepreneurship?
R. Mnenwa; E. Maliti / Research on Poverty Alleviation, Tanzania 2010
The increasing involvement of children in small businesses1 in Tanzania has raised concerns over the effects of child work, not only on the development of children’s intellectual capacity, but also on their future entrepreneuria...
How does reducing years of compulsory schooling affect education and labor market outcomes in a developing country?
A. Elsayed; O. Marie / Economic Research Foundation, India 2015
At the end of the 1980’s, Egypt introduced a policy change to its pre-university education system where the years of primary education decreased from six to five, reducing the overall years of compulsory education from nine to e...
Shaping our collective futures: the Africa we want
N Abdulmelik (ed) 2013
In 50 years, what kind of Africa can we envision, and then proceed to achieve? What are the non-negotiables? What agenda will see a true transformation of the world in which we live? What factors will enable us to not simply survive, ...
Findings on the worst forms of child labor 2013
2014
The existence of child labour, particularly in its worst forms, often involves violations of laws and regulations, including serious criminal violations.  This report focuses on the efforts of certain U.S. trade beneficiary count...
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