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[PDF] Comments on the 'Children's Rights & Business Principles Initiative'

Author: Joyce Chanetsa, IBFAN; Ina Verzivolli, IBFAN/GIFA; Patti Rundall, OBE, Policy Director, Baby Milk Action, IBFAN; et als., Published on: 1 September 2011

IBFAN, in association with a wide range of public interest groups and individuals1, while supporting the idea that the UN should adopt a set of principles on children’s rights and business, and understand that this initiative is a genuine attempt to scale up action in this important area, are worried that the CRBPI as formulated, has such fundamental flaws that it will result in more harm than good...

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