This year, the focus for World Day Against Child Labour – marked on 12 June – is on child labour in supply chains. With 168 million children still in child labour, all supply chains, from agriculture to manufacturing, services to construction, run the risk that child labour may be present.
"Child labour has no place in well-functioning and well-regulated markets, or in any supply chain. The message that we must act now to stop child labour once and for all has been affirmed by the Sustainable Development Goals. Acting together, it is within our means to make the future of work a future without child labour."
Guy Ryder, ILO Director-General
ILO and UNOPS to increase cooperation in fragile situations