Nepali law prohibits child labour and has set targets to banish all types of child labour by 2025. Child labour is recognized as a violation of human rights, deprives children of education and impacts their future. However, despite this, recent data shows that over 15% of children in Nepal are engaged in child labour. Child club members of the Bhusaldanda secondary school explored the issue using art based methods to analyse the root causes and impact of child labour. The research shows that more needs to be done to raise awareness and to monitor the implementation of the legislation..
Search in Website
- Small Grants Final Evaluation report
- Vice Chancellor Prof. Neal Juster delivers Welcome Speech at MAP ‘Gathering’ Conference
- Policy Brief – Advocacy For Mental Health Care And Sustainability
- Capacity Building for Adults – Mariah Cannon
- Policy Brief – Reducing Child Labour through Art based Approaches
Activism Africa art arts arts based approaches changing the story children civic values communications Community Community-Arts CSOs Dialogue education Europe Festival Film filmmaking genocide IberoAmerican Japan Kenya Latin America Nepal Opportunities participatory Peace peacebuilding Policy post-conflict practice practice led research proverbs Report Rwanda South Africa South America Spain technology Toolkit Uganda UN World Bank youcreate Youth