This guidance tool is designed to support companies in the garment and footwear sector to integrate child rights into their responsible sourcing programmes. It explores practical steps companies can take – individually and collectively – to ensure children are recognized as important stakeholders in their responsible sourcing efforts. The suggested steps do not foresee the creation of parallel processes.

Instead, they provide guidance on how to integrate child rights into existing sourcing policy and practice. The guidance includes metrics, which support the measurement and reporting on child rights integration and outcomes over time.

Children’s Rights in the Garment and Footwear Supply Chain- Unicef, 2020 DOWNLOAD

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