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- Corporate Responsibility for Children: A Child Rights Perspective on the Implementation of (Inter)national Standards and Legal Requirements for Corporate Due Diligence
This webinar hosted by Federal Foreign Office Germany and German Committee for UNICEF discusses children’s rights and their relevance for corporate sustainability due diligence, as well as the integration of children’s rights in responsible business practice.
This study assesses the role that children’s rights currently play for businesses in Switzerland and Liechtenstein. It was conducted for UNICEF Switzerland and Liechtenstein and for the UN Global Compact Network Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
This event provides an opportunity to present the results and our final report, which highlight good practices, challenges and opportunities in the respect and promotion of children’s rights by Swiss and Liechtenstein companies.
This Virtual High-level Meeting will Welcome Governments, European and international institutions, survivors, experts, NGOs and social partners. Prof. Dorothée Baumann-Pauly is a kick-off speaker for the session titled “Prevention, all along supply chains, through training and due diligence”.
- Tackling child labour in cocoa through a due diligence approach: how can an EU legal framework scale-up positive impact?
This webinar organized by Nestlé explores the complexities of tackling child labour in the cocoa sector and the opportunity to shape an impactful EU due diligence legislation, within a broader set of measures, that will enhance collaboration between supply chain actors and promote systemic change across the cocoa sector.