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Understanding children’s work and youth employment outcomes in Indonesia - Report on child labour and youth employment
Author(s) : UCW
Abstract : Overcoming the twin challenges of child labour and youth employment will be critical to Indonesia’s progress towards the Millennium Development Goals. Estimates presented in this report indicate that some 2.3 million Indonesian children aged 7-14 years still work in employment. At the same time, almost one in five (19 percent of) Indonesian young people aged 15-24 years in the labour force is unemployed, a rate several times higher than that for adult workers. The effects of child labour and youth unemployment are well-documented: both can lead to social vulnerability and societal marginalisation, and both can permanently impair productive potential and therefore influence lifetime patterns of employment and pay. The current report examines the related issues of child labour and youth employment in the context of Indonesia. Guided by observed outcomes in terms of schooling, work activities and status in the labour market, the report considers the economic as well as the social determinants of child labour and youth employment. The report was developed jointly by the Government and the three UCW partner agencies. As such, it provides an important common basis for action in addressing child labour and youth employment issues.
Year : 2012
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Indonesia
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Source : UCW Country Studies
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