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On 13 February 2019, a group of human rights experts adopted the Abidjan Principles, which seek to strengthen existing efforts to ensure that the right to education is protected in the context of growing private actor involvement in education.
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Author: Global Child Forum
"Corporate Programs For Children's Rights – Guidance And Best Practice", March 2018...
Global Child Forum calls on businesses to create initiatives & partnerships to advance children’s rights
Author: Global Child Forum
Global Child Forum is issuing an urgent call for business to create tangible initiatives and forge partnerships which advance children's rights in your operations, supply chains and in the communities in which you operate. We want to create a movement ...
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Author: Nestle & International Cocoa Initiative
"Nestle Cocoa Plan: Tackling Child Labour, 2017 report," September 2017...
Author: Caux Round Table Japan
Since September 2012, the Nippon CSR Consortium has been working to provide a forum in which to identify and discuss negative human rights impacts that may arise as a result of corporate activities. This work has been conducted in collaboration with...
Author: Australian Human Rights Commission
The Good practice, good business resources provide practical advice on a range of issues including recruitment and retention of older workers, gender equality, sexual harassment, race discrimination, employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...
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Author: The Code
An introduction video to The Code: who we are, what we do and how you can become a member. [Video transcript: As a tourism professional, do you know what to do in cases of child sexual exploitation? The Code is an internationally organised member...
Author: Children & Business Nigeria Network
The Children and Business Network Nigeria (“CBNG”), founded by Ms Toyin Olakanpo, was formally launched on May 30th, 2013 in Lagos, Nigeria as it hosted its first event entitled: “CEO Forum & Business Roundtable on Children’s Rights and the...
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Author: Francis West, Save the Children & Priya Madina, GlaxoSmithKline, on Business Fight Poverty blog
[T]he new strategic partnership between Save the Children and GlaxoSmithKline...[aims] to help to save one million children’s lives. It is an ambition that will only be realised by going beyond the traditional NGO-private sector partnership model...