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Type of document: Report
Topic: Gender
Geographic descriptors: Asia
Language: English
Publisher: ILO
Date of publication: May 2003
Long Abstract: This guide has been developed under a pilot project, implemented by the ILO Subregional Office for East Asia in cooperation with the ILO’s International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC). It has been developed in the recognition that girls and boys have different vulnerabilities, coping strategies and experiences of child labour and trafficking, which need to be taken into account by programmes aiming to combat these phenomenon. IPEC has long identified the working girl as a priority target group. A gender lens should also be applied to an understanding of the role of parents and the division of family responsibilities. This guide aims to inform specialists and programming staff in the child labour field who are not familiar with gender equality issues; and assist staff and partner organizations in developing, implementing and evaluating gender-responsive action programmes. It consists of two parts: Part 1 provides the basic definitions and strategies for the promotion of gender equality in programmes against child labour and trafficking; Part 2 contains three checklists that serve to raise awareness and provide 'quick reference', summarise the systematic integration of gender issues in IPEC action programmes, and review the 'mainstreaming' of gender equality promotion in programming.
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