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Stop Child Labour business cases

Stop Child Labour has developed business cases for companies. The business cases aim to encourage companies to assume responsibility and take concrete measures to ban child labour from their production chain. The business cases clearly show why it is important for companies to address child labour. Moreover, they explain how Stop Child Labour can support them in addressing child labour and what is expect from them in this endeavour.

There is one general business case that can be used by all companies. In addition, we have developed tailor made business cases for companies involved in specific sectors: gold, natural stone and textile. The business cases are a good starting point for all companies that want to tackle abuses in their production chain and work towards child labour free production.

You can find the business cases here.

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