• Fri, 06/27/2014 - 16:41

    Electrolux is a Swedish multinational household and professional appliances manufacturer. It is the world's second-largest household appliance maker by revenues. Electrolux Purchasing department decided in early 2013 that they wanted a carrot and not only a stick to engage and motivate suppliers further, and implemented "The Electrolux Supplier Awards". The purpose was to award suppliers that show good performance within areas that are of importance to the company.


  • Thu, 05/15/2014 - 14:52

    In tribute to all working parents separated from their children we present a short film to bring to life the numbers and facts from our groundbreaking research They are Also Parents launched in 2014. 

  • Mon, 05/05/2014 - 10:20

    The Global Child Forum 2014 was held in April at the Swedish Royal Palace. It was the fourth forum for children's rights and this year's theme was Partnerships for children's rights-today and for the future. In connection with the event, Global Child Forum launched a new research that has been conducted together with the Boston Consulting Group. The study is an assessment of how more than 1000 publicly listed companies address and incorporate children’s rights in their business strategy and operations. The studyis based on publicly available information found in reports and on corporate websites.

  • Thu, 04/10/2014 - 11:05

    Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a concept that revolves around the integration of social and environmental concerns in a company’s business operations. The rights of a child can be affected, both positively and negatively, in any part of the business process. The responsibility of companies towards children has its basis in legal obligations. However, going beyond the traditional approach of fundraising and charities, more far reaching commitments regarding child-rights are becoming an important part of companies’ CSR strategies, also in China.

    Here you can find the latest updated guide from CCR CSR, edited in April 2014.

  • Thu, 01/09/2014 - 10:38

    Majority of migrant worker parents cannot cope with the pressure of raising children away from home

    Over 80% of migrant workers with left-behind children feel inadequate as parents as the separation fail them to support their children’s education and overall emotional development, leading the parents to frequent anxiety and feeling of  guilt.