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Investment data to reduce child rights risk exposure

Responsible investors are benefitting from Global Child Forum data 

Investors often integrate human rights into their due diligence processes, but they tend to overlook risks related specifically to children. Given that children make up one third of the global population, the potential exposure is significant.

The solution for sustainable investors

Our data, tools and services are relied upon by the financial community, as a means of understanding the risks associated with children’s rights, and the actions needed to mitigate and manage them.

Global Child Forum data sets are free of charge

Find our recent global children’s rights and business benchmark findings here, and contact us to gain access to special data sets curated for the financial industry.


Q&A with Matthew Goodwin, Head of Sustainable Investing

How does the financial sector use our data?

Matthew Goodwin, Head of Sustainable Investing, tells us how the Child Rights and Business Benchmark is an essential tool - enabling you to manage risk and invest responsibly.

Read the Q&A

Key tools for investors

Benchmark data

We provide company-specific data to make smart investments. Our benchmark has scored nearly 3,000 of the world’s largest companies on how they
address children’s rights.

Industry Risk Tool

Get an overview of the children's rights risks that investors need to
consider for each industry, with our easy-to-use tool.

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Matthew Goodwin

Head of Sustainable Investing

Matthew is pioneering a new role at Global Child Forum as Head of Sustainable Investing, responsible for building Global Child Forum’s relationship with the financial services sector and ensuring that our sustainability data on children’s rights is made available to investors, asset managers and asset owners, helping them integrate children’s rights into their operations and investment decision-making process. Prior to joining Global Child Forum, he spent eight years at Lloyds Banking Group in London. Matthew studied Law and French at Université Paul Cézanne, Aix Marseille III and The University of Sheffield.

August Engström

Benchmark Manager

August is a Benchmark Manager at Global Child Forum. His role also involves interacting with and engaging the financial community with Global Child Forum's benchmark data. August has a Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Economics from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet) and a Master's Degree in International Business and Management from the University of Uppsala. Prior to joining Global Child Forum, August worked in the financial sector and as a sustainability analyst.