Benchmark Scorecard
Feedback Service

Let us walk you through your benchmark scorecard

Global Child Forum can now offer selected companies tailored feedback on their benchmark scorecard. It is free of charge and an opportunity for companies to better understand their position in relation to your peers and how to improve in our next benchmark. It is also an opportunity to increase knowledge on how a company’s effect on children’s rights goes beyond child labour – which includes a better understanding of blind spots/areas of improvement.

In these sessions, we cover:

  • Identifying gaps and improvement areas
  • Comparison to your closest competitors (of those benchmarked by us)
  • Concrete examples from peer companies that have reached “Leader” status / highest score
  • Suggestions for tools and next steps

Companies who already used this service, say that it has helped them to not only better understand the score they have received, but also how to identify areas of opportunity in their organization’s approach towards children.

While this service is free of charge, we do have limited slots available.


The Scorecard Feedback Service gave me valuable insights about what we as a company can do to improve our benchmark score. The learnings have been very useful for me in my work!

Teodora Mitrovska-Forbord

Director of Sustainability, Telenor


Don't hesitate to reach out

Sean O’Shea

Corporate Engagement Manager

Sean works as our Corporate Engagement Manager. Prior to working at Global Child Forum, Sean worked at the Stockholm School of Economics as a Corporate Project Manager. Before moving to Stockholm in 2021, Sean worked as the Private Secretary to the Ambassador of Japan to the UK and earlier, as a Senior Parliamentary Assistant and Chief of Staff to several members of the UK Parliament. Sean has a degree in Politics and International Relations from the University of Exeter. He joined Global Child Forum in September 2022.

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