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Consultancy, Division of Private Fundraising & Partnerships at UNICEF

UNICEF is seeking an expert consultant to develop a tool for investors and other actors looking to analyze or benchmark companies on the basis of children’s rights, consisting of a common framework for assessing how ready companies are to proactively manage potential and actual adverse child rights impacts with which they are involved (due diligence) and a methodology for assessment. This tool aims to provide these actors with a core set of indicators for child rights due diligence, a discussion on weighting and materiality (possibly highlighting some particular industries), a method for quantifying and scoring child rights due diligence, and elements of a methodology to integrate this model intro ESG research and analysis. It will also outline and aim to provide solutions to some anticipated challenges in applying this analysis (lack of disclosure data being anticipated as one of the main challenges).


Closing date
24 Aug 2020

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