Corporate responses to protecting children´s rights in Southeast Asia 2016

Regional Benchmark

Corporate responses to protecting children´s rights in Southeast Asia 2016

This benchmark study investigates the 289 largest publicly traded companies in Southeast Asia (based on revenue for 2014). Without measuring actual performance or compliance, the study aims to highlight if and how these companies address and report on children’s rights by reviewing and assessing publicly available information against nine indicators. The 289 companies selected represent nine different industry sectors that are exposed to or whose operations impact children’s rights issues.

 

The purpose of the benchmark studies is to to analyse trends on a global and regional scale and to enable tracking of progress on how the corporate sector addresses children’s rights over time.

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website.

Read more