Tag Archives: children

Jun 3 2016

Francis West – Leadership and being first aren’t the same things: An assessment of the UK National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights

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This post was contributed by Francis West, Head of Private Sector Policy & Advocacy at Unicef UK. The 12th of May marked the UK Government’s much vaunted Corruption Summit, which championed corporate transparency. On the same day, hidden by the Summit’s … Continue reading

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Nov 23 2015

UN FORUM SERIES – Time for the UNGPs to Grow Up? Tracking Children’s Rights in National Action Plans on Business & Human Rights

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This post was contributed by Patrick Geary, corporate social responsibility specialist at the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). Born in 2011, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights are now energetically walking and talking. While childhood is never without … Continue reading

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Jul 27 2015

Valerie Michel – Reporting parameters and children’s rights

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This post was contributed by Valerie Michel, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager at Rosy Blue NV. In line with our heritage as a responsible corporate citizen, the Rosy Blue Business Alliance is committed to respecting the economic, social, cultural, political and civil … Continue reading

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Jul 18 2014

Charline Daelman – Measuring the Impact of Business on Children’s Rights

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The recent release of UNICEF’s ‘Children Rights and Business Principles’ has resulted in companies starting to understand the relevance of respecting and promoting children’s rights. More importantly, companies are now rethinking the impact that their businesses have on children’s rights. … Continue reading

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