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"What companies can do to promote respect and support for children’s rights" - UNICEF

Author: Subajini Jayasekaran and Chris Kip, UNICEF, in Guardian (UK), Published on: 21 January 2015

[M]ore than 168 million children are still suffering [in child labour] worldwide...[in sectors including] agriculture, services and manufacturing...[P]oor working conditions [for women] and lack of maternity rights can...[also] directly affect their children's lives and wellbeing...Unicef will launch a set of innovative projects in 2015 to further promote respect and support for children's rights in global supply chains...[with] pilot projects in the agriculture and manufacturing sectors... [refers to positive steps by Millicom, Marshalls (UK), Ikea]

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Related companies: IKEA Marshalls Millicom