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Children Are Everyone’s Business: Workbook 2.0 (pdf)
Published: December 2013

'Children Are Everyone’s Business: Workbook 2.0' is a comprehensive tool designed to guide companies through the ongoing process of learning about and integrating children’s rights into business policies and management processes.

Children's Rights in Policies and Codes of Conduct (pdf)
Authors: UNICEF, Save the Children
Published: December, 2013

This tool recommends ways for all businesses to incorporate children’s rights into their policies and codes of conduct. It reaches beyond the traditional focus areas of child labour and philanthropy and outlines child rights that are relevant to all companies.

Children's Rights in Impact Assessments (pdf)
Authors: UNICEF, Danish Institute for Human Rights
Published: December, 2013

This tool is intended for use by companies to assess their performance in meeting their responsibility to respect children’s rights and identify opportunities to support children’s rights. The tool offers a number of criteria that companies can  use to review critical areas.

Children’s Rights in Sustainability Reporting (pdf)
Published: December, 2013

This tool is intended to help companies report and communicate on how they are respecting and supporting children’s rights. The tool provides child rights extensions to existing GRI indicators in order to enable companies to report on children’s rights using existing reporting frameworks.

Children's Rights and Business Principles (pdf)
Published: March 2013

The Children's Rights and Business Principles are the first comprehensive set of principles to guide companies on the full range of actions they can take in the workplace, marketplace and community to respect and support children's rights.





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