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|CURRENT AND FORTHCOMING TITLES:
- Defining Hazardous Occupations for Children and Young Workers. Dr. Ronald Subida, M.D. University of the Philippine Institute of Public Health
- Focus on Selected Garments Enterprises in Rizal, Philippines. Prof. Rosario del Rosario, College of Social Work and Development, University of the Philippines
- The Inner World of Children in Prostitution. International Catholic Child Bureau Asia.
- A Situation Analysis of Violence and Violence Related Working Conditions of Child Domestic Workers. Priya Gopalen, Asian Institute of Management
- A Case Study on Experiences in Community Education to Prevent the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes.
- Filipino Parents' Attitudes to Child Labour: A Baseline Survey of Low-Income Families. Philippine Information Agency
- A Case Study of Young Workers in the Furniture Industry of Cebu City. Professor Elizabeth Remedio, University of San Carlos
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OTHER IPEC PHILIPPINES SUPPORTED PUBLICATIONS:
- A Comprehensive Situation Analysis of Child Labour in the Philippines, Institute for Labour Studies, 1994 (first printing), 1997 (second printing);
- Attacking Child Labour, An Indicative Framework for Philippine-ILO Action, 1994 (first printing), 1997 (second printing)
- "Opening Doors: A Compilation of Laws Protecting the Filipino Child Workers", Ateneo Human Rights Center, Ateneo de Manila University 1996 (first printing); 1997 (second printing).
- "Assessing Occupational Safety and Health for Children in the Pyrotechnics Industry" The Occupational Safety and Health Center, 1997.
- "Case Studies of Integrated Programmes for Street and Working Children" by Ruth Esquillo Ignacio, PULSO, The Institute of Church and Social Issues, 1997.
- "Child Labour: Neglected Human Rights?" by the Philippine Association of Human Rights Advocates (PAHRA), 1996.
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- The National Survey of Working Children 1995, National Statistics Office
- The Survey of Child Domestic Workers in Metro Manila, Bureau of Women and Young Workers, Department of Labour and Employment, Manila, Philippines
- Training Guide for Specialized Training in Child Labour for the Philippine Labour Inspectors, Bureau of Women and Young Workers
- The Design,Management, and Evaluation of Child Labour Programmes, Instate for Labour Studies
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