Effectiveness of Child Labour Prevention Strategies in Sri Lanka

This study details the child prevention strategies in place in Sri Lanka, and examines how effective they have been in preventing child labour in the country. Especial attention will be given to examining “worst forms of child labour” in existence in the country, and effectiveness of their prevention strategies. Attention is given to the effectiveness of policies aimed to rehabilitate and compensate children affected by child labour, as well as to policies aiming to punish the offenders.

Research team

Funding

IPS

Published Year

2007