out of a potential 20 (20 Companies x 1 Metrics).
Child labor refers to work that deprives children of their childhood and affects their schooling, their potential and their dignity. It’s work that’s harmful to them mentally, physically and socially.
Every company is expected to make a public commitment to respect internationally recognised human rights, which include the right to be free from child labour.
Not all companies are expected to have a stand alone policy on child labour. Whatever approach a company chooses, it should reflect its potential involvement with child labour risks. For instance, a company in an industry with significant and widespread child labour risks may choose to develop a separate child labour statement.
Regardless of what form it takes, the commitment should be embedded throughout the organization, which means driving respect for human rights across the organization and into its business values and culture.
ILO Child Labour Guidance Tool for Business
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