The Centre for Child Rights and Business supports companies in child rights, ESG, and human rights due diligence to deliver improvements within their supply chains and yield positive business outcomes.
Our mission is to promote supply chain transparency, improve corporate practices for businesses, and improve the lives of children and families by working with companies to strengthen children’s rights.
Throughout our work, we create tangible and long-term impact that serves both children, parent workers and business. We provide global expertise, services, support, research and insights covering a broad range of child rights and business issues across multiple sectors and countries.
Our services cover child labour prevention and remediation, child rights risks assessments, support packages for young workers and other vulnerable groups, and services to create family-friendly workplaces in supply chains including child friendly spaces and migrant parents training.
Our supply chain mapping and risk assessments help businesses to understand where and how their supply chain-related operations have a child rights and human rights impact, and provide concrete recommendations to manage risks.
We work in major sourcing countries across Asia, with staff and projects also located in Africa and Central and South America.