In 1998, the ILO estimated that one in four Nigerian children between 10 and 14 work.
28 August 2012 [from AllAfrica.com] Linda Eroke writes on efforts by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the Department for Equal Opportunities (DEO), Italy to rehabilitate victims of human trafficking and child labour All over the world, trafficking in human beings has been recognised as not only a serious crime, but an abuse of [...]
Robert Evans, Reuters GENEVA (Reuters) – Some 15 million children work in Nigeria, often in dangerous jobs, and many workers in Africa’s most populous nation live in fear of violence from police and employers, the global labor grouping ITUC said on Monday. The report said many core international labor standards that the energy-rich African giant [...]
`Nigeria has the highest number of children out of school’ By Ayo Okulaja [article from Next.com] [Originally published September 22, 2010 01:43PM In ranking Nigeria amongst the worst place for a child to be in 2010, a report by the Global Campaign for Education (GCE) has stated that Nigeria has more children out of education [...]