The “Towards A Family-Friendly Tea Industry” conference organised by The Centre last month saw over 100 stakeholders representing the tea industry come together to tackle and address key child rights issues.
The one-day conference, supported by Save the Children’s Country Office in Sri Lanka, provided a platform for stakeholders to share best practices and discuss how stakeholders in the tea industry could better collaborate to find solutions to existing and emerging challenges that plantation communities face.
Catch the replay of the conference featuring speakers, and panel discussions here on the playlist below on our YouTube channel:
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