New Technologies in the Fight Against IT-IPEC / ILO

Sharing knowledge

With the objective of disseminating good practices for the prevention and eradication of child labor carried out within the framework of the ILO-IPEC actions for the prevention and eradication of child labor. The International Seminar “Good practices for the Prevention and Eradication of Child Labor in Latin America” ​​was held, in which the experiences presented at the World Conference on Child Labor, held in the city of The Hague, in the Netherlands, were presented. Month of May.

Good practices, selected in a rigorous process, were exposed from their countries by representatives of the institutions that were responsible for implementing them, all through the videoconferencing system.

From Brazil, the experience of the Ministry of Health was known about how to involve the public health sector in the fight against child labor; Fundación Paniamor from Costa Rica presented the experience of the contribution of the tourism industry in the fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents; the National Service for Minors – SENAME of Chile shared the implementation of the Single Registration System and intervention of the worst forms of child labor; connected with Ecuador, Expoflores explained the experience of the Floricultural Social Forum; El Salvador: Eradicating the worst forms of child labor in sugarcane: Another world is possible; In liaison with Paraguay, the Ministry of Education spoke about the insertion of the SCREAM Methodology to move from mobilization to public action in schools.

Latin America linked by the network

There were more than 1500 people throughout Latin America who connected through the internet with the system called “streaming”, which allowed them to reach Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, USA. , France, Guatemala, Honduras, Ireland, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela.

Likewise, in the countries of origin of good practices, the face-to-face modality of the Seminar was convened, in which around 300 people were gathered in total. In addition, interesting initiatives emerged from Panama and Peru, countries that transmitted the whole Seminar on a giant screen to a group of employers

All the participants, both virtual and face-to-face, identified themselves as representatives of an institution related to the fight against child labor in the countries: representatives of governments, employers ‘organizations, workers’ organizations, civil society organizations, researchers , teachers, students, media, among other actors.

An unprecedented experience

Guillermo Dema, Regional Specialist on Child Labor and Youth Employment of the ILO, who gave the opening words of the Seminar, emphasized the importance of carrying out this type of activities that make known, in an agile manner and with wide coverage, the lessons learned and the execution process of certain interventions such as good practices, which will facilitate replication elsewhere in the world. “It has been a great effort of inter-institutional integration, which marks a milestone in the knowledge management on child labor in the region, and we are sure that it is the first of many other seminars that we will carry out in this modality,” said Dema.

Mario Coronado, Director of Fundación Telefónica del Perú, supported the initiative since its inception and organized the entire Proniño Program team in the different countries in order to ensure the efficiency of the technical part.

Below you will find the videos of the exhibitions presented during the Seminar:

June 17th:

* EL SALVADOR: Eradicating the worst forms of child labor. Another world is possible. The experience of Fundazúcar. (NOT AVAILABLE FOR TECHNICAL PROBLEMS)
* PART ONE: ECUADOR: Sowing Future. The experience of the Floricultural Social Forum (1)
* SECOND PART: ECUADOR: Sowing Future. The experience of the Floricultural Social Forum (2)
* THIRD PART: ECUADOR: Sowing Future. The experience of the Floricultural Social Forum. (3)
* FOURTH PART: ECUADOR: Sowing Future. The experience of the Socila Florícola Forum (4)
* FIFTH PART: ECUADOR: Sowing Future. The experience of the Socila Florícola Forum. (5)
* SIXTH PART:
o ECUADOR: Sowing Future. The experience of the Socila Florícola Forum. (6)
o CHILE: A child in worse forms, a story to follow. Unique registration system and intervention of the worst forms of child labor. National Service for Minors-SENAME (1)
* SEVENTH PART: CHILE: A child in worse forms, a story to follow. Unique registration system and intervention of the worst forms of child labor. National Service for Minors-SENAME (2)
* EIGHTH PART: CHILE: A child in worse forms, a story to follow. Unique registration system and intervention of the worst forms of child labor. National Service for Minors-SENAME (3)
* NINTH PART: CHILE: A child in worse ways, a story to follow. Unique registration system and intervention of the worst forms of child labor. National Service for Children-SENAME (4)

June 18th

* PART ONE: COSTA RICA: The contribution of the tourism industry in the fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.
* SECOND PART: COSTA RICA: The contribution of the tourism industry in the fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.
* THIRD PART: COSTA RICA: The contribution of the tourism industry in the fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.
* FOURTH PART: COSTA RICA: The contribution of the tourism industry in the fight against the commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents.
* FIFTH PART: PARAGUAY: SCREAM: From mobilization to public action.
* SIXTH PART: PARAGUAY: SCREAM: From mobilization to public action.
* SEVENTH PART: PARAGUAY: SCREAM: From mobilization to public action.
* EIGHTH PART: PARAGUAY: SCREAM: From mobilization to public action.
* NINTH PART: BRAZIL: How to involve the public health sector in the fight against child labor.
* PART 10: BRAZIL: How to involve the public health sector in the fight against child labor.
* PART ELEVEN: BRAZIL: How to involve the public health sector in the fight against child labor.
* PART TWELVE: BRAZIL: How to involve the public health sector in the fight against child labor.
* PART THIRTEEN: BRAZIL: How to involve the public health sector in the fight against child labor.
* PART FOURTEEN: BRAZIL: How to involve the public health sector in the fight against child labor.
* PART FIFTEEN: BRAZIL: How to involve the public health sector in the fight against child labor.
* PART DIECISEIS: CLOSING

Friday, June 14th 2019. | Event
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