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Material suggestions

How can the issue of child labour be addressed in school or adult education? In our extensive collection of materials you will find teaching units, films, press articles, web links, books and academic articles.

Teaching units

ProNATs offers a four-hour lesson for primary schools and a six-hour lesson for secondary schools to address the issue of "Child labour" from a childrens' rights approach.

Films

ProNATs recommends films and documentaries on child labour, working children, children's movements and children's rights. They are suitable for use in schools.

Press articles

ProNATs links press articles on child labour, working children, children's movements and children's rights. They are suitable for use in schools and adult education.

Web links

ProNATs links to children's movements worldwide, to their support organisations, to child rights networks and to ProNATs partner organisations on the Internet.

Books

ProNATs recommends books on child labour, working children, children's movements and children's rights in German, English, Spanish and French. They are suitable for use in adult education.

Academic articles

ProNATs points to academic articles on the topics of child labour, working children, children's movements and children's rights, some of which are available for download. They are suitable for use in higher education.