New UNICEF, NBIM Guidance to Help Businesses Prioritise Child Rights in Global Supply Chains

A new guidance released on June 10, 2020 by UNICEF and Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) will help clothing and footwear companies better address children’s rights in their global supply chains.

The guidance tool, to which The Centre gave input, provides practical steps for companies to embed children’s rights in their sustainability strategies and approaches. It calls on companies to gather evidence on how children are impacted; identify bottlenecks; and take proactive steps to integrate children’s rights into their supply chain management systems. It also includes specific metrics, which support the measurement of and reporting on children’s rights outcomes over time.

For more details and to download the guidance, please visit UNICEF’s website here.

Published on   11/06/2020
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