The Children’s Rights and Business Atlas is an online risk assessment tool that enables businesses to identify, prioritise and manage the potential for direct or indirect infringement of children’s rights across 198 countries and 10 industries.Website
This guide provides practical advice on how governments can make sure that all business activity respects children’s rights through laws, policies, research, monitoring, awareness raising, and remedies. It highlights notable national, regional, and international practices, and includes expert recommendations from the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.PDF
This resource explains the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to children. It presents the goals and targets that governments have identified as priority areas to help build a better world within the next 15 years. The resource seeks to serve as an assessment tool by inviting children and adolescents to actively participate in the process of implementation of the SDGs.PDF
The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre’s Business & Children Portal brings together in one place useful information about how companies are impacting children (positively or negatively). The content comes from many sources including NGOs, international organizations, governments, journalists, academics, and companies themselves. It features responses by companies to allegations of misconduct, sought and obtained by the Resource Centre.Website
A practical workbook to help companies understand and address the impact on children’s rights in their workplace, marketplace, supply chain, other business operations and community.PDF
This paper is based on a review of more than 100 corporate sustainability reports, a literature review and consultations with selected experts. The research concluded that reporting and disclosure on children’s rights-related issues is, with a few exceptions, significantly underdeveloped.Website
This is the child friendly version of the Children’s Rights and Business Principles.