Companies share how they address child labour with RVO Fund and Aidenvironment support
Since 2019, Aidenvironment together with Ethics at Work has been conducting child labour risk assessments on behalf of the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) / Fund against Child Labour (FBK).
The support provided has contributed to success stories of companies that are serious about ending child labour in global supply chains. In this video, three companies ( Muta Sport Nederland BV, Finma B.V and Spicemasters ) share how they have identified and addressed child labour with FBK’s support. The video is in Dutch, with English subtitles.
Aidenvironment and the FBK fund helps businesses that:
- want to carry out research into child labour and its root causes in order to identify appropriate measures to prevent child labour in their international supply chains, and
- want to know how to prevent child labour in their own organization and supply chains.
If you would like to know more about what FBK could do for your company, please visit the Netherlands Enterprise Agency / Fund against Child Labour or contact Jan Joost Kessler.