Developing Future Business Strategies Through Understanding Child Rights

Ines Kaempfer, Executive Director, CCR CSR, Save the Children and Colin Lee, Corporate Affairs Director, Cargill Tropical Palm

Venue : Stamford American Auditorium (AmCham Office, 1 Scotts Rd, #23-03 Shaw Centre)

Date : August 30, 2017

Time : 11:45 AM - 1:30 PM

Price : $25.00

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Children are key stakeholders of business: they are consumers, family members of employees, young workers, members of communities and environments that host or support private sector activities; children not only represent future employees and company leaders, but are also affected by business activities, operations and relationships now.

The Child Rights and Business Principles (CRBP) identify a range of actions that all businesses should take to respect and support child rights, which can help:

  • Build reputations
  • Improve risk management
  • Enhance the social license to operate - including gaining and maintaining the support of people who live and work where business is conducted
  • Recruit and maintain a motivated workforce
Join our panel discussion to find out how your business can generate real benefits for children and society by integrating CRBP in your future strategy and operations. 

About the Speakers:

Ines Kaempfer
Executive Director, CCR CSR,
Save the Children

As the Executive Director at CCR CSR Beijing and Hong Kong offices, Ines leads and manages CCR CSR’s business and services across the country, and works in close cooperation with save family members, partners and clients.

Ines brings in a wealth of knowledge of supply chain management in the Chinese context from her previous positions as Director of Learning and Impact at Elevate and Director of Assessment and Capacity Building at the Fair Labour Association in Shanghai. She also has a wealth of experience working in the field of child rights abroad, including holding positions at the Fair Labour Association in Geneva.

Colin Lee
Corporate Affairs Director 
Cargill Tropical Palm

A keen advocate for sustainable practices and the pervasive use of technology to help people and businesses thrive, Colin has been helping companies and individuals transform issues into opportunities and enhance reputations for twenty years. In his present role as the director of corporate affairs for Cargill’s oil palm plantations, Colin actively manages the business’s engagement with key stakeholders, influencing agendas in industry advocacy groups, as well as championing and influencing actions within Cargill to better serve employees, customers, governments, smallholder farmers and local communities.

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