The Centre leverages its expertise and in-depth on-the-ground experience to conduct research studies, develop tools, guides and other informative documents to support and inform companies or other international and national stakeholders (UN agencies, governmental and non-govermental organisations, industry associations) across a broad range of child rights and human rights due diligence issues and related risk areas.
We conduct detailed research into specific issue areas in supply chains, as well as undertake broader studies, which offer a more holistic view of supply chain risks.
Through our proven experience of measuring workers’ perspectives, understanding suppliers’ challenges and capturing stakeholders’ views, we help to bridge the gap between different actors in the supply chain. These studies help organisations to increase their understanding of child rights issues at an industry, country or regional level and identify risk hotspots and provide practical, evidence-based recommendations to help companies, organisations and government agencies respond to issues.
Alongside commissioned research, The Centre also publishes research studies using a combination of quantitative and qualitative research methods, which we make available on our website and share at study launch events. The majority of our studies are self-funded with the aim of spreading awareness of child rights risks and solutions among the business community.
Contact us to discuss how The Centre’s research and insights can equip you with the latest, in-depth information and trends on child rights in supply chains.
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