We use the Children’s Rights and Business Principles (CRBP), a set of guiding principles, to work directly with companies and their supply chain actors to respect and support children’s rights. The Children’s Rights and Business Principles provide a child rights lens to the United Nations Guiding Principles, the global standard on business and human rights.
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What do we do?
We promote and support companies and their supply chain actors to prevent, mitigate and remediate child labour in their businesses and throughout their supply chains.
We develop of business cases to engage companies and supply chain partners to take full responsibility for preventing and addressing child labour in their supply chains, by implementing the CRBP. We also work on engaging business frontrunners to become advocates for CRBPs in a specific sector/supply chain and inspire others to follow the same example.
We provide services to companies to help address child rights violation, for instance developing community-based monitoring, development of codes of conduct and child protection plan and how to monitor and implement these. We also provide resources to support learning: