labour

22 Jun, 2018

No longer children: on growing up and the changing world of work

Over the past 15 years, Young Lives has followed the lives of two cohorts of children through childhood, adolescence, and into young adulthood. The information gathered in the last round of data collection...

03 Apr, 2018

Trickle-down does not work in social policy either: the micro side of the macro success story of inequality reduction in Latin America

It is a widely accepted fact in academia and policy circles that Latin America has experienced important gains in human development outcomes over the last decade, mainly through the creation of new non-...

21 Sep, 2017

What do effective measures to address children’s work look like? Reflections from Young Lives

This week, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) published new Global Estimates of...

10 Apr, 2017

Training women for management in the Bangladesh ready-made garment sector

Last year, Bangladesh reached an important milestone when it left the World Bank’s list of low-income countries, and gained lower-middle-income status. This advancement is the result of three decades of GDP...

05 Jan, 2017

Why the rise of wearable tech to monitor employees is worrying

An increasing number of companies are beginning to digitally monitor their employees. While employers have always scrutinised their workers’ performance, the rise of wearable technology to keep tabs has...