In 2021, The Centre implemented WeCare in four countries (Bangladesh, China, Turkey and Vietnam) delivering activities that not only benefited parent workers, children and young workers, but also created positive impact for all business partners involved.
For brands and retailers, sponsoring implementation of WeCare in your supply chain is an important investment in worker well-being, helps strengthen resilience and builds capacity in your supply chain. It’s an effective way to integrate child rights into your responsible busines strategy and to meet sustainability commitments such as those related to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, UNGPHR and the Child Rights and Business Principles.
Please download our 2021 WeCare and Child Friendly Spaces brochure below to learn more about the positive impact WeCare creates, key achievements from 2021 and details on how the programme works.
Contact us to learn more about how you and your suppliers can join this programme in 2022.
BUSINESS IMPACT OF CHILD FRIENDLY SPACES
BUSINESS IMPACT OF PARENT TRAINING
2023/01/30Feb 13 | 'Human Rights Due Diligence and the Risk of Child Labour in the Global Operations & Supply Chains of Canadian Garment Companies' Webinar
2022/11/28Read our Guest Article for Fair Cobalt Alliance | Unleashing Potential: How Mining Companies Can Support Decent Work For Youth
2022/11/23Press Release | The Centre Hosted Multi-Stakeholder ‘Towards a Family-Friendly Tea Industry’ Conference