On April 12, 2016, BBC World News invited The Centre’s CEO (formerly CCR CSR's Executive Director) Ines Kaempfer to discuss the issue of China's left-behind children live from their Hong Kong studio. The recent increased attention by international media on the issue of left-behind children comes on the heels of a new government initiative by China to conduct a nationwide census to determine the exact number of children separated from their parents. The census is part of a wider movement to consolidate a new set of guidelines on the protection of these children.
2021/12/03The Centre in Collaboration with Save the Children Joins the Fair Cobalt Alliance to Strengthen Child Rights in the Cobalt Sector in the DRC
2021/11/19Study on Opportunities for Businesses to Promote Child Rights in Cobalt Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining Launching Dec. 8
2021/11/042021 WeCare Family Friendly Workplaces Programme Positively Impacted Businesses, Workers and Children