Research report - National Child Labour Action Programme for South Africa (1).doc

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Time line: To be done within one year of adoption of policy. (88) The principal of a school should be given the responsibility to identify children who are frequently absent from school and in need of care and protection, assist them in returning to school, and give their names and addresses to the provincial head of social development. At the same time a clearer policy and better implementation of monitoring of absenteeism as a way of addressing child labour should be developed. Lead institution: DrE; Secondary institution: DrSD. New policy? Yes. One of cost: minimal. Recurrent cost: minimal. Time line: To be done within one year of adoption of policy. (see (16)) ILO funding: to be used for the development of a better monitoring system of absenteeism as well as for a pilot programme. (101) Draw up guidelines for subsistence agriculture the kinds of farm work that are appropriate for children, those that are not, and what potential hazards exist in the work and how it can be avoided – ie addressing the same factors as in (100). Lead institution: DL. Secondary institutions: DA, DrSD; Trade Unions. New policy? Yes. Once off cost: moderate. Recurrent cost: moderate. Time line: within three years of adoption of policy. (102) Training children, parents, teachers, trade unions and employers on (a) occupational safety and health, including regulations issued in terms of (100), children's rights and general resources available, and (b) also training subsistence farmers on the hazards of subsistence farming, and the guidelines drawn up in terms of (101). Lead institution: DL; Secondary institutions: DE, DSD, DH and NGOs. New policy? Elaboration of existing policy. Once off cost: minimal. Recurrent cost: minimal to moderate. ILO funding: cover the cost of developing a strategy and the necessary material. Time line: within three years of adoption of policy. (103) Removing children from hazardous work and providing counselling and skills training to facilitate reintegration in family life and make alternative productive employment possible in the long term. While DL can identify instances where children need to be removed from work situations, departments responsible for Social Development would handle the actual removal and facilitate reintegration of the child into family life. Lead institution: DL. Secondary institutions: DSD. New policy? Elaboration of existing policy. Once off cost: moderate. Recurrent cost: moderate. Time line: within four years of adoption of policy. (111)Drawing on international research, do research, formulate regulations, address issues of inspections and develop alternative employment options for 15-17 year olds involved in hazardous work or other WFCL. Also see (31). Lead institution: DL. Secondary institutions: DrSD. New policy? Yes. Once off cost: moderate. Recurrent cost: minimal. Time line: within three years of adoption of policy.’ ILO funding: to cover once off costs.
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