On May 5, CCR CSR was honored to participate as expert speaker in the Global Child Forum on Southeast Asia in Kuala Lumpur. During her speech, Executive Director Ms Ines Kaempfer outlined some of the key challenges shaping the life of many children in the region, as well as the actions businesses can take to support migrant workers and their children.
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On April 12, BBC World News invited CCR CSR's Executive Director Ines Kaempfer to discuss the issue of China's left-behind children live from their Hong Kong studio. The recent increased attention by international media on the issue of left-behind children comes on the heels of a new government initiative to conduct a nationwide census to determine the exact number of children separated from their parents. The census is part of a wider movement to consolidate a new set of guidelines on the protection of these children.
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The Children's Rights & Business Principles were developed by the UN Global Compact, Save the Children and UNICEF to provide guideance to businesses on what they can do in the workplace, marketplace and community to respect and support children.
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Center for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR) and Save the Children Sweden proudly present the second video in our Children's Rights & Business Principles interview series.
Here, Jim Leung, the Regional Director for International Labour Standards at The Walt Disney Company (Asia Pacific) Limited, discusses some of the challenges Disney faces in its supply chain, and the actions they have taken to protect and support their workers.
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Concord Pottery, a ceremics supplier for a major multi-national coffee company, has been gaining recognition as a best practice case for the Children's Rights and Business Principles. After participating in CCR CSR's parenting training, management decided to open an on-site childcare center to allow the children of workers to join them.
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Factories can feel like cold, impersonal places that merely provide a source of income. This disconnect between factories and their workforce can have a negative impact on all involved parties. The Photovoice parent tool gives factories a chance to positively engage with their workers by giving them the opportunity to express and share stories through the medium of photography.
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The following is a short clip from Guangdong News' report on CCR CSR's study launch on young workers, in collaboration with the Chinese Electronic Standardization Agency (CESA).
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In tribute to all working parents separated from their children we present a short film to bring to life the numbers and facts from our groundbreaking research They are also parents launched in 2014.
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The Center for Child Right and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR), in collaboration with British photographer Jonathan Browning, invites you to follow the life 20 year old migrant worker Chen Qing hour-by-hour. The unique documentation took place during a 24 hour photo shoot in June 2013 in the city of Kunshan, Jiangsu Province.