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An Action Plan for companies that want to combat child labor on February 20 by the campaign "Stop Child Labor - School, the best workshop * 'launched in New Delhi, India, during an international conference on child labor. The conference is organized by the international trade union movement. The Action Plan combines recent practical experiences and insights in the field of combating child labor and social responsibility.
Last year June was in the concept plan presented. The plan is now completed after suggestions and comments from trade unions, businesses, various anti-child labor organizations and employees of the ILO (International Labor Organization). The Action Plan sets out 18 steps that companies should continue to combat child labor, including in their supply chain.

Gerard Oonk, Director of the National India Working Group and adviser to the campaign "Stop Child Labor says it'':''It gives companies clear recommendations to combat child labor. Personally, we thus active companies worldwide approach, but we also hope that others will do.''

The added value of the Action Plan is the combination of:
• The focus on all forms of child labor according to ILO conventions are allowed (not only the worst forms) in relation to the right to education
• The need for businesses to influence their suppliers to use children to fight and not run away when there are problems.
• Combating child labor as part of an approach aimed at the achievement of all workers, including a 'living wage'.
• Focus on cooperation, including trade unions, anti-child labor organizations, governments, etc. to combat child labor.

Oonk stresses the Final Appeal of the Action Plan:''Let your business is not as tempted to think that you are doing something good by a child in service (to) take. Before you leave work of even one child in child labor. And keep child poverty in! Combating child labor creates more jobs and better wages for adults and thus contributes to poverty reduction.''

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