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  • International
76 publications
  • 04.02.2022

    Business and Human Rights: what does it mean for child labour?

    Principle 5 of the United Nations Guiding Principles calls for businesses to uphold the effective abolition of child labour. What can businesses do to tackle child labour? Read this article to find out the role of the private sector in respecting human rights and fighting child labour.

    #International #Advocacy #Pledge #Business and Human Rights

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  • 03.12.2021

    Business can impact children, farmers & families

    Children interact directly and indirectly with business every day, perhaps as users, consumers, young workers. They are also members of the communities and environments where businesses operate. A rights-based approach to child labour in agriculture helps businesses understand the potential positive and negative impacts their activities can have on children, families, and communities.

    #International #Business and Human Rights #BizHR #Pledge

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  • 22.11.2021

    The role of the State in business and human rights through a child labour lens

    When it comes to child labour, States must ensure that businesses are fulfilling all their obligations to mitigate against labour abuses. How do States ensure the enjoyment of rights? And what role do they play in terms of the potential impact of businesses on the realization of these rights? Read this article to find out.

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  • 02.11.2021

    Unlocking Global Solutions against Child Labour

    The FAO's Global Solutions Forum was an online event spotlighting positive practices to fight child labour in agriculture. Child labour is a serious violation of children's human rights. However, it is also a symptom of many deep root causes, including poverty and lack of access to education and basic services. Sustainable development is not possible when there are still 160 million children in child labour around the world -- 70% of them in agriculture.

    #International #Child Labour #Child Protection #Advocacy

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  • 05.10.2021

    USDOL findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labour 2021:

    The new Findings on the Worst Forms of Child Labor reveals some of critical obstacles slowing progress towards the elimination of child labour, and some of the meaningful efforts carried out in certain States. Below, we have summarised some of the key findings from the report

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  • 30.09.2021

    Protecting Children in a Changing Climate

    A new report from Save the Children, Born Into the Climate Crisis, presents evidence that urges immediate action to secure the rights of children now and for future generations.

    #International #Research

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  • 20.09.2021

    Business and Human Rights: a system for success

    Businesses play an important role in supporting and respecting human rights. Increasing understanding of supply chains, reporting requirements, and regulation mean that this more than just a “nice to have” or a box to check. How can different entities work together to the Business and Human Rights Ecosystem? This article highlights some important roles.

    #International #Business and Human Rights

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