Law Adopting the International Labour Organization Convention No. 182 Concerning Worst Forms of Child Labour

The International Labour Organization Convention No.182 on the Worst Forms of Child Labour sets an international legal standard to protect children from some of the most extreme forms of exploitation, such as child slavery, child prostitution, and the use of children for illicit activities.

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Field Value
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Cambodia
Document reference # NS/RKM/1005/032
Issuing agency/parties
  • Royal Palace
  • ministry_of_labour_and_vocational_training
Implementing agencies
  • Minister of Labour and Vocational Training
  • Royal Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia
Language
  • Khmer
Formal type of document Law
Topics
  • Child labor
  • Labor
Copyright Yes
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Status Adopted, validated, in effect
Adoption date/Enacted/Promulgation date/Signing date 10/25/2005
Effective/Enforced Date 10/25/2005
Publication reference Royal Gazette of Cambodia
Contact

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Legacy reference document Law_Adopting_the_International_Labour_Organization_Convention_No.182_Concerning_Worst_Forms_of_Child_Labour_KH__25.10.2005.pdf
Date uploaded 2017-08-18T05:01:05.599350
Date modified 2017-08-18T05:10:52.597920
Keywords Child Labour