|Action Against Child Labour (ILO, 2000, 356 p.)|
|7. Trade unions against child labour|
|7.2 HOW TRADE UNIONS ARE FIGHTING CHILD LABOUR|
In many countries, trade unions ensure that children are not employed in hazardous labour, and, in partnership with other organizations, provide them with welfare services and relevant education. In this way, trade unions are able to improve conditions in their industrial sector and help children move into education or vocational training.