Gender Issues and Child Labor
Perspectives on Female Participation in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining:a case study of Birim North District of Ghana
Resources Policy: Volume 32, Issue 1-2, March 2007, Pages 29-41
Caracterización de las minas con relación a las mujeres que trabajan en las comunidades mineras de Remedios y Segovia, en el marco del programa “Plan 33minas”, que sirva para la asistencia técnica directa y para la identificación de proyectos estratégicos y comunitarios.
This Toolkit is a unique instrument to guide research and researchers to ask the right questions and come to a gender-sensitive understanding of ASM activities.We hope that this Toolkit will lead not only to abetter, more comprehensive, understanding of ASM, but that this will lead to improved policies,extension services, interactions between large scale mining companies and artisanal miners—and ultimately, to improved development impacts formen, women, and artisanal mining communities.
Siete expertas latinoamericanas aportan a la mejora del equilibrio de género e inclusión de las mujeres en la prevención de conflictos mineros, en el marco de la construcción de consensos para el desarrollo de la industria minera.
Minors out of Mining", aims to eliminate child labour in small-scale mining completely within ten years, starting with countries where the problem is most serious. It is a tripartite effort initiated by the concerned governments with the support and assistance of the industry (both companies and workers)and the ILO through its technical assistance programme, the International Programme for the Elimination of Child Labour(IPEC).
ILO and OPEC Paper on the launching of a time-bound campaign to eliminate child labour in mining. 2005
The findings presented here are the result of a series of ILO field studies in Ghana,Niger, Peru and the United Republic of Tanzania. The studies were carried out with the objective of gathering quality information on the lives of girls who work in small-scale mining zones. This paper is a synthesis of those research findings. It is designed to bring to public and academic attention the compelling evidence of the hazardous work of girls in small-scale mining. ILO 2007
Human Rights Watch Report 2011