Training Session: “How to Use Child Safeguarding tool for Private Sector”

The second training session of the Child Rights and Business was conducted under the joint cooperation between IBCSD and United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) Indonesia at Graha BNI, Jakarta.  This year marks the 30th anniversary of Child Rights Convention (CRC) containing as of now, 31 regulations and 7 protocols.

“Children are integral to every buisness – as consumers, as family member of employees and future stakeholder” with this statement,  Ms. Lukita, a Child Rights and Business (CRB) Focal point, UNICEF Indonesia started the second training session with specific focus on: “How to use child safegurading tool for private sector”. The training session was highly substantive with materials covering the basic framework of the Child Safeguarding tool and exercises for practical implications in different business sectors.

Participants from 11 IBCSD Member companies, the Conflict Resolution Unit (CRU) and IBCSD brought diverse implications of Child Rights on to the interactive discussion and exercises. Such active participation enabled the session to bear clear understanding on  CRBP as well as how in future, businesses could implementthe CRBP, in particular how to use child safe guarding tool for private sector

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