Tune in for the Nordic Global Compact Meeting’s panel session titled “From Best to Normal Practice: Children in Due Diligence, Mainstream Business and Just Transition” on October 27, Thursday from 11.00am - 12.30pm (Stockholm timezone, GMT+02:00). During this event, The Centre’s Senior Vice President of Outreach and Communications, Mark Robertson will join a discussion to share on the role of business and what businesses can do in strengthening children's rights. This panel discussion aims to shed light on children’s right in conjunction to the 10th anniversary of the Children's Rights and Business Principles.
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Organised by the Swedish Local Network, the panel discussion is part of the hybrid Nordic Global Compact Meeting, taking place in Gothenburg, Sweden, on October 26-27. Titled, “Just Transition and the Role of Business”, the conference focuses on ensuring a just transition in human rights and climate. To ensure a just transition, where both social, environmental and economic requirements are met, cooperation between different actors is crucial. No company can solve the many crises we are currently facing on its own. Therefore, the two-day conference will have a special focus on enabling collaboration, share experiences and brainstorm solutions around common challenges.
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