• Tue, 04/25/2017 - 14:32

    In 2017 CCR CSR intends to follow-up on its 2013 study "They Are Also Parents: A Study on Migrant Workers with Left-behind Children in China"" by complimenting the initial findings with more in-depth research on the current situation of migrant working parents and their children.

  • Thu, 01/26/2017 - 12:30

    In the summer of 2016, CCR CSR implemented a Factory Child Friendly Spaces pilot program in five factories in China during the summer school break. To understand how and where FCFS had the biggest impact, we carried out an impact assessment of four out of five of the factories. The assessment consisted of baseline surveys, final evaluation surveys and interviews with children, parents and factory staff.

  • Tue, 01/10/2017 - 11:28

    General comment No. 20 (2016) draws attention to "the powerful case for a focus on adolescents to promote the realization of their rights, strengthen their potential contribution to positive and progressive social transformation and overcome the challenges they face in the transition from childhood to adulthood in an increasingly globalized and complex world." While directed towards states, it is important for the private sector to also engage with these issues, especially since child labour and the violation of young workers' rights is an every day reality for millions of young people across the world. 

  • Tue, 12/13/2016 - 10:06

    December 12th, 2016, Beijing  – the Center for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR) launched a new study that assesses the multi-functional WeChat app from a new perspective: as a tool for supporting migrant workers in China's factories through learning, in particular migrant parent workers, young workers and line managers. The full report and infographics can be downloaded here.  

  • Wed, 06/15/2016 - 11:20

    A new report by the Center for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR) that focuses on the gaps and challenges in preventing and responding to child labor in Asia from an auditor's perspective, highlights the fact that child labor is still prevalent in supply chains across Asia and that most child labor response protocols do not take into account the best interest of the child.