This tool recommends ways for all businesses to incorporate children’s rights into their policies and codes of conduct, based on the Children’s Rights and Business Principles and reaching beyond the traditional focus areas of child labour and philanthropy. It outlines the children’s rights elements that are relevant to all companies, and is intended to be flexible and adaptable – including elements that companies can adopt and integrate as appropriate, based on their biggest areas of risk and opportunity.

Children’s rights in policies and codes of conduct: A tool for companies, UNICEF, 2013 DOWNLOAD

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