Children’s rights: the risks and opportunities for business

The corporate sector is increasingly acknowledging that children and their rights are part of their business operations and corporate responsibility. Asian companies that integrate a child rights perspective into their business are able to unlock more market opportunities and create shareholder value. While companies have the opportunity to positively impact the lives of children, there’s also a real risk to reputation and a company’s long-term sustainability in not taking children’s rights into account.
This session asks:

This session features leading company examples, regional research conducted by Global Child Forum and the Boston Consulting Group, and showcases the Children’s Rights and Business Atlas, developed by Global Child Forum and UNICEF. (Browse the Atlas here: