The Toolkit is designed to assist any of those in the mining sector who are responsible for designing and implementing strategies related to social and environmental performance at the project level. It provides 10 concise tools for improving social and environmental performance towards respecting and advancing children’s rights in the following areas:
1. Impact assessment
2. Stakeholder engagement
3. Resettlement
4. In-migration
5. Environment
6. Security
7. Health and safety
8. Working conditions
9. Protecting children from sexual violence
10. Social investment

The assessment conducted included children living or working on the street, orphans and child labourers.














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TAGS: Asia
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