What we do
Ofcourse no one likes the fact that children work and do not go to school. But despite the fact that child labour is considered regrettable all over the world, there are still more than 215 million child labourers worldwide. How is this possible?
Stop Child Labour aims to eliminate all forms of child labour and to ensure formal full-time and quality education for all children, at least until the age of 15. The campaign calls on consumers, companies, governments and international organisations in Europe to be part of the solution. Besides, local organisations in Asia, Africa and Latin America work on the principle that 'no child should work; every child must be in school'. In doing so, the campaign works towards increasing and strengthening so called ‘Child Labour Free Zones’.