• Thu, 12/27/2012 - 16:17

    Children around the world should be better protected following the global release of the Children's Rights and Business Principles in London on March 12. 

    Save the Children, the United Nations Global Compact and UNICEF presented the landmark document to 200 representatives of the business world, civil society and academia. Rich discussions and examples of how firms can respect and support children's rights emphasized the importance of the principles, which took two years to come to fruition. 

  • Thu, 12/27/2012 - 16:14

    The findings of the study “On the path to their truth” asking young migrant workers how they view their lives was released in Beijing February 28, 2012.  The study was conducted between July and October 2011 and was funded by the CSR Centre of the Embassy of Sweden.  CCR CSR and the China National Textile and Apparel Council (CNTAC) conducted the study that involved hundreds of young workers and their managers in six factories across southern China.  Several of the workers were asked to assist in the collection of data to ensure it was more inclusive and as youth-centered as possible. 

  • Thu, 12/27/2012 - 16:12

    A media workshop jointly arranged by the China Southern Weekly and CCR CSR was held February 28, 2012 in Beijing to gather journalists to discuss corporate social responsibility in relation to children’s rights. Twenty-one Chinese journalists were briefed on the new UN-led Children’s Rights and Business Principles (CRBP) and engaged in discussions on how the Chinese media build greater awareness of the CRBP

  • Wed, 11/28/2012 - 12:09

    As a follow up to CCR CSR's report on Young Workers, the Economist published an aritilce on June 2, 2012 about the problems China's migrant workers and their children are facin