Between January and March 2018, the Task Force co-leads agencies International Labour Organization and Plan International, together with the International Organization for Migration are revising the Child Labour standard, as part of the CPMS revision process. The Task Force members will review a first draft in February.

Field-testing of the Child Labour in Emergencies toolkit was completed in December 2017. The task force began collecting feedback collection in January 2018. A total of 94 practitioners have completed the feedback survey. In addition 15 key informant interviews will be held to collect more in-depth feedback on the guidance and tools. The finalized Child Labour in Emergencies toolkit will be available in mid-2018.
In February 2018, the Child Labour Task Force will welcome new members including local actors from Turkey and Uganda.