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Partners of the fair share campaign

To achieve a breakthrough in eliminating child labour this year we all ​need to work together.

Ending this grave injustice facing millions of children around the world is everyone's responsibility. That's why the Fair Share campaign is supported by a growing coalition of partners, uniting to demand every child is learning in school, not working to survive.

From survivors and grassroots campaigners, trade unions, the world's largest student and youth-led organisations to UN Agencies, moral leaders and civil society organisations, we are all standing together to demand a major focus on child labour at this critical time.


The scale and diversity of support for the fair share campaign demands is demonstrated by organisations such as the ILO, WHO, Inter-Parliamentary Union, Education International, ITUC, Global Student Forum, All-Africa Student Union and influential figures such as Nobel Laureates and progressive faith and business leaders signing the following pledge during our global campaign launch on the 21st January 2021. 

"As part of this UN year, we commit to doing all we can to eradicate child labour and leave no child behind through a fair share of resources, policies and social protection."

We will be announcing the first round of official partners on the 1st February 2021, if you want to be included please email

Global campaign launch videos

Soon a recording of our launch event will be available here for you to watch. However in the meantime please be inspired by some video messages from some of the fair share campaign's early supporters who were unable to join us live.

Dr. Tedros Adhanom

Director-General, World Health Organisation

HE José Ramos-Horta

Nobel Laureate & President Of Timor-Leste (2007-2012)

Kerry Kennedy

Laureates and Leaders Steering Committee

President of the RFK Center for Human Rights


Child right's activist and former child labourer 


Child right's activist and former child labourer 

Andrews Tagoe

Fair Share National Campaign Coordinator, Ghana

Mohd. Manan Ansari

Child right's activist and former child labourer 

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