In 2023, The Centre implemented 99 projects in 23 countries, including new additions Papua New Guinea and Poland. We also expanded our child labour risk assessments in the United States, including Mexico.
When businesses champion child rights and families in supply chains, they can act as catalysts for positive change. Together with our clients and partners committed to child rights, we reached a total of 15,594 workers and 19,640 children. These families benefited from various child rights programmes in global supply chains, including our family-friendly workplaces initiatives. This, and more, is highlighted in our short video below.
Want to learn more about child rights and business trends in 2023? The Centre’s CEO Ines Kaempfer, reflects on the year here.
We look forward to creating more positive impact for children and workers in 2024 with your support.