The Centre works with companies sourcing from Indonesia to advance child rights, create family-friendly workplaces, support vulnerable workers and build supply chain resilience. In this video, The Centre’s project assistant Reni Oktari discusses her experiences and observations working in the field for The Centre in Indonesia, highlighting the many child rights challenges she has seen in the natural fibre and manufacturing sector, particularly in times of COVID-19.
The Centre implements a range of programmes for brands and their suppliers, from youth development to child rights risk and impact assessments to responsible recruitment. For insights into some of our programmes in Indonesia, please visit our Indonesia service page. To learn more about our services and how we can help advance child rights in your supply chain, contact us.
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