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Author: UN Global Compact, UNICEF, Save the Children, Published on: 3 December 2012

Both as a vulnerable group, but also as important change agents and our future, children are a key stakeholder of businesses. It is in everyone’s interest that their well being is ensured, and that the world they grow up in will be a sustainable one. This Forum will provide an opportunity for business leaders and other stakeholders to explore how their decisions can maximize the positive impacts and minimize the negative impacts on children. Additionally the event will look specifically at how businesses can advance children’s rights. How businesses can best implement the Children’s Rights and Business Principles will be underscored throughout. [Refers to Solvay, BVBA32, Rosy Blue NV, Studio 100, SNCB, GlaxoSmithKline, VBO (Federation of Enterprises in Belgium), BASF-Deloitte, IKEA, Telenet, Ferrero]

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Related companies: BASF Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ferrero GlaxoSmithKline IKEA Solvay