Chile creates a National Intersectorial Table on Trafficking in Persons.
Chile sets up a National Advisory Committee for the Elimination of Child Labour and the Protection of Adolescent Workers.
Update of a National Action Plan against Trafficking in Persons (2015-2018)
The Chilean government establishes the National Strategy to Eradicate Child Labour and Protection of Adolescent Workers and updates the National Action Plan against Trafficking in Persons.
Chile develops a National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights and updates its list of hazardous occupations prohibited for children, trains labour inspectors and develops a child labour inspection manual.
“As a country, we have committed to being a country free of child labour, free of human trafficking by 2025. However, in order to reach this goal, which is a very ambitious goal, it is not enough to maintain the status quo – we must do much more. ‘Children first’ is more than a phrase – it has content, it has a soul, and as long as we all make it our own, we will have a much more just, more supportive country.”