Investor Guidance on integrating children's rights into investment decision makring

A joint collaboration between global leader in ESG research, ratings and analytics Sustainalytics and the United Nations Children’s Fund.

A smiling girl, Qinghai Province, in 2013.
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Highlights

This publication offers guidance on how investors can assess the impact of their investments on child rights – and better understand how child rights can be better integrated into their investment analysis and decision making

The guidance highlights the benefits of incorporating child rights into investment decisions including the opening of new potential markets, better wellbeing among the workforce, and more sustainable economies and societies.

Investor Guidance on Integrating Children’s Right into Investment Decision Making – a joint collaboration between global leader in ESG research, ratings and analytics Sustainalytics and the United Nations Children’s Fund – also notes that approaching investment decisions with a child rights lens is beneficial for businesses too. 

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Author
Sustainalytics and UNICEF
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Languages
English, Thai

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