Private Sector and Children
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Respect for children’s rights is the minimum required of business. These 10 principles lay out actions for businesses to understanding and addressing the impact of business on the rights and well-being of children.
‘Child safeguarding’ refers to actions that address how business operations and work practices impact children’s welfare. This document is a step-by-step guide to identifying and preventing risks to children who interact with your business.
A guide for integrating children’s rights into policies, impact assessments and sustainability reporting.
A guide for integrating children’s rights into impact assessments and taking action for children.
This tool recommends ways for all businesses to incorporate children’s rights into their policies and codes of conduct and reaching beyond the traditional focus areas of child labour and philanthropy.
A practical guide to help companies with reporting and communicating how they are respecting and supporting children’s rights into the GRI reporting framework.
Children are affected in multiple ways by the palm oil sector – as dependents of workers, members of the community, and at times as workers themselves. This report identified 7 impact areas in which the activities of the palm oil sector affect the rights of children.
A practical guide for States on how to implement the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child’s General Comment no. 16.
A guidance on how Business or Employer can implement Family Friendly Policy to redesign the workplaces of the future and enable parents and caregivers to give their children the best start in life, while boosting productivity and women’s economic empowerment
A joint policy brief on the needs to redesign workplace to enable parents and caregivers to reconcile their role and enhance family wellbeing especially for workers of informal economy.