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Experience of Advocacy for Child Labor Policy: A Case Study on Bangladesh. Ratan Sarkar Executive Director, INCIDIN Bangladesh & Coordinator TWC www.incidinb.org. WORKSHOP ON RIGHTS BASED APPROACHES Copenhagen, Denmark October 2006. An Overview Bangladesh CL Program.

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Experience of Advocacy for Child Labor Policy:

A Case Study on Bangladesh

Ratan Sarkar

Executive Director, INCIDIN Bangladesh

& Coordinator TWC

www.incidinb.org

WORKSHOP ON RIGHTS BASED APPROACHES

Copenhagen, Denmark

October 2006

an overview bangladesh cl program
An Overview Bangladesh CL Program

Networking and campaign for policy advocacy

Child rights programming on CL

INCIDIN

ASK

SEEP

SCSD

Shoisab

SUF

Nari

Moitree

CPD

Child Brigade & Child led organization

(CLO)

Capacity and Knowledge

an overview bangladesh cl program3
An Overview Bangladesh CL Program

Rights of

Working

Children

UNCRC

education program
Education Program

Partnership with

community

Education in own

Language & pace

Compensation to

Stop income fall

Participation of children in planning

Refugee Bihari children

at work

Certified level of

Education & skill

education program5
Improving working condition and access to health and civic care facilitiesEducation Program

Mainstreaming the working children with the identity of “students at work”

Extending quality education for expanding livelihood option

Creating a model for the government for education of working children

Participation of children in planning

Ensuring community participation and accountability

Refugee Bihari children

at work

skill training
Skill Training

Focus on children’s preference and market opportunity

Market based skills

Credit for parents

Job placement

Institutional Approach

Enabling the parents financially to relief the burden on children

Marginalized children in

Hazardous work

NFE

child rights programming
Child Rights Programming

Rights

Based

Provision

Participation

Of CL

Assessment

Of CR

situation

Protection

Planning based

On CR

Framework

Participation

Need Based

Service

delivery

Advocacy

Service

children s rights
Children’s Rights

Best Interest

Non

discrimination

Participation

Survival & Development

Children’s Rights

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An Overview Bangladesh CL Program

Networking and campaign for policy advocacy

Child rights programming on CL

INCIDIN

ASK

SEEP

Shoisab

SCSD

SUF

CPD

Nari

Moitree

Child Brigade & Child led organization

(CLO)

Capacity and Knowledge

an overview bangladesh cl program11
An Overview Bangladesh CL Program

Networking and campaign for policy advocacy

Child rights programming on CL

INCIDIN

ASK

SEEP

Shoisab

SCSD

SUF

CPD

Nari

Moitree

Child Brigade & Child led organization

(CLO)

Capacity and Knowledge

problem analysis
Problem Analysis

Age of children varies in laws

Poverty

is the

most important

cause for

child labor.

Children

contribute

20-25% of family

Income of the poor

households

Limited & time-lagged

efforts in enacting

and implementing

legal instruments.

Lack of child protection

No law for informal sector

Lack of access to education & development

primary duty bearers
Bangladesh

Government

Primary Duty Bearers

Ministry of Women and Children Affairs

Ministry of Labor and Employment

Ministry of Primary and Mass Education

National Children Council

The Directorate of Women &Children Affairs

Ministry of Law and Parliamentary Affairs

support groups
Support Groups

NGO

/INGO

Trade

Union

CSO/

ICSO

Private

Sector

Multilateral

Org

Bilateral

Donor

the opponents
Traditional

policy makers

and

dogmatic

social leaders

The Opponents

The

employers

with

direct

financial

advantage

in

cheap labor

agendas of advocacy
Agendas of Advocacy

Pro-CRC

National

Plan on CL

Pro-CRC

National

Policy on CL

Ensuring

Working Children’s Participation at Policy Level

Pro-CRC

Legal

Reform on CL

Pro-CRC

Informal Code of Conducts on CL

partnership with scsd
Partnership with SCSD

PARTNER

NGOS

SCSD

Collective Knowledgebase

Mutual Capacity building

Child led organization of working children

Children’s priorities

NETWORK: Together with Working Children

CRP-based program on child laborer

Greater Networking

way to national cl policy
Way to National CL Policy

Mutual respect and access

Government

TWC

Research on Child Labor

NGO

Pilot Programs on CL

UN Agencies

Psychosocial Care Capacity

SCA

way to national cl policy19
Way to National CL Policy

Greater Networking (Global-Regional-National)

Mutual respect and access

Child and adult civil society activism

Government

TWC

Mutual Capacity building

Children’s Organization

Collective Knowledgebase

way to national cl policy20
Way to National CL Policy

Joint Work-plan & Technical Assistance

Joint Committee

ADVOCACY

ADVOCACY

Mutual respect and access

Government

TWC

Global

SC Alliance

Draft

National

CL Policy

MoU with MOLE

Local Partners &

SCSD

national child labor policy
National Child Labor Policy

Joint Work-plan & Technical Assistance

TWC is now sitting in the drafting committee & providing Consultant

Bringing in Civil Societies Agenda in GOB’s CL Policy

Mutual respect and access

Government

TWC

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An Overview Bangladesh CL Program

Networking and campaign for policy advocacy

Child rights programming on CL

INCIDIN

ASK

SEEP

Shoisab

SCSD

SUF

CPD

Nari

Moitree

Child Brigade & Child led organization

(CLO)

Capacity and Knowledge

lessons learned on crp
Lessons Learned on CRP
  • Partners have developed conceptual clarity on CRP
  • Partners’ capacity in applying the CRP has been built and strengthened

Child Rights Situation analysis/mapping conducted

lessons learned on crp24
Lessons Learned on CRP
  • The scope of participation of children in overall planning has been broaden
  • A new partnership in planning between partners and SCD – collective ownership

Clarity on advocacy strategy and actions

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Thank You

& Welcome to Discussion….

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