01 November 2019

Child rights and business principles (CRBP)

Partnerships, Key results of UNICEF/ Government of Mongolia cooperation cycle 2012-2016 Improved the enabling environment on CRBP through: The situation analysis of CSR in Mongolia was undertaken with focus on public and private sectors including legal and policy framework.   National Release of Children’s Rights and Business Principles developed by UNICEF, the…, UNICEF actions, Improved the enabling environment on CRBP through: The situation analysis of CSR in Mongolia was undertaken with focus on public and private sectors including legal and policy framework.   National Release of Children’s Rights and Business Principles developed by UNICEF, the UN Global Compact and Save the Children – a comprehensive guide on how…, The strategy of collaboration, The Strategy of collaboration with private sector on air pollution: Continue to engage with the BCM, MNCCI and other network of businesses to influence private sector companies spend more resources on helping protect children from some of the most immediate threats, as well as on longer term change and investments in reducing air pollution.…, Policies, UNICEF applies a child rights lens to define family-friendly policies as the measures and arrangements that have a positive impact on workers’ abilities to reconcile work and family responsibilities – and advance the development and well-being of their children. The potential constructive impacts of family-friendly policies include reducing child…