Led By: Plan International and ILO
To ensure practical coordination and collaboration amongst humanitarian responders and development actors at the global level to strengthen the quality and coordination of child labour preparedness, prevention and response actions in emergencies at country level.
The Task Force provides a platform to identify and seek to address common challenges in child labour in emergencies programming, providing a collective technical voice on child labour issues in emergencies for other core pieces of work such as humanitarian standard setting, inter-sectoral collaboration, and global advocacy and policy work related to child labour.
Key Priorities of the Child Labour Task Force
- Inter-agency Child Labour in Humanitarian Action Toolkit is available and disseminated at local, national, regional and global levels
- Humanitarian responders have enhanced knoweldge and competencies to prevent and respond to (the worst forms of) child labour in emergencies
- Child labour in humanitarian settings is integrated/refleced in the agenda’s of relevant global, regional and local platforms, including but not liited to 8.7 Alliance and other Task Forces under the Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action