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UN CRBP Grassroots Initiative launched in Nigeria

Author: Children & Business Nigeria Network, Published on: 6 June 2013

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 Business Sector...The event was an advocacy initiative to engage the private sector to make a serious commitment to support Children’s Rights through their corporate social responsibility and their human resource policies in the implementation of the UN Children’s Rights and Business Principles and the Lagos State Child Rights Law...[Ms Toyin Olakanpo] said that a number of companies were committed to supporting Children’s Rights and had even agreed to include a statement to that effect in their organization’s policy framework and Employee Handbook. [Refers to Addax Petroleum Development Nigeria (part of Sinopec), Diamond Bank, Nestlé Foods Nigeria, Polo Luxury Group, Promasidor]

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Related companies: Addax Petroleum (part of Sinopec) Diamond Bank Nestlé Sinopec