The Centre publishes research studies, publications, tools and guidance covering a wide range of child rights and related topics, including child labour, homeworkers, migrant workers, parent workers and young workers. 


With every resource that we publish, we aim to provide the business community with valuable information that can inform future actions. Linked to our commitment to information sharing, we also collect and share external resources related to child rights and business. Use the filters below to search for our latest resources.


Family-Friendly Workplaces – 2023 Impact and Achievements
14/02/2024 | Our Publications
Family-Friendly Workplaces – 2023 Impact and Achievements
Our flagship WeCare programme is one of the key drivers of increased investments in family-friendly workplace practices, which are being implemented in a growing number of regions and sectors. Take a look at the positive benefits of FFW from 2023.
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Global Battery Alliance Insight Session on the DRC Child Labour Action Hub with The Centre and Save the Children
06/02/2024 | Our Publications
Global Battery Alliance Insight Session on the DRC Child Labour Action Hub with The Centre and Save the Children
Watch the recording of our participation in Global Battery Alliance's Insight Session, where we discussed our Child Labour Action Hub in the DRC.
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The Centre’s Work Highlighted in Sustainability Reports
12/12/2023 | External Resources
The Centre’s Work Highlighted in Sustainability Reports
This resource page lists recent sustainability reports from clients highlighting our work together.
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2022 Annual Report on the Worst Forms of Child Labor by The United States Department of Labor
04/12/2023 | External Resources
2022 Annual Report on the Worst Forms of Child Labor by The United States Department of Labor
On September 26, 2023, The United States Department of Labor released its 2022 annual report on the “Worst Forms of Child Labor”.
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Youtube Playlist: Replay of the "Co-Creating a Family-Friendly Tea Industry Conference"
30/11/2023 | Our Publications
Youtube Playlist: Replay of the "Co-Creating a Family-Friendly Tea Industry Conference"
Missed The Centre's tea conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka in October 2023? Our playlist has you covered.
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The Centre's Rapid Child Labour Risk Assessment in Line with the CSDDD
22/09/2023 | Our Publications
The Centre's Rapid Child Labour Risk Assessment in Line with the CSDDD
A solution designed to support companies in addressing the challenges posed by the new EU Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD or CS3D).
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Diligence Principles to Strengthen Child Labour Remediation
19/09/2023 | Blog
Diligence Principles to Strengthen Child Labour Remediation
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Improving Your Summer Hiring: Embrace Responsible Recruitment Practices from the Start
12/07/2023 | Blog
Improving Your Summer Hiring: Embrace Responsible Recruitment Practices from the Start
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Child Labour: The Supply Chain Connection
11/07/2023 | Blog
Child Labour: The Supply Chain Connection
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