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Children's Rights and Business Principles Global Release - 12 March 2012, London, UK

The Children’s Rights and Business Principles are a set of practical guiding principles for businesses on how to respect and support children’s rights within their business operations. The initiative to develop the Principles was launched in June 2010 by 3 partners: the UN Global Compact, UNICEF and Save the Children. [with moderators/speakers from the following companies/organizations: KPMG, Novo Nordisk, Credit Suisse, UN Global Compact, Child and Youth Finance International, Save the Children Sweden, Meliá Hotels Intl., Marks & Spencer, Norges Bank Investment Management, IKEA Group, H&M, FTSE Group, UNICEF, Telenor, Arcor Group, China National Textile and Apparel Council, Unilever, Save the Children International]