Businesses in developing countries should be encouraged to provide safe conditions for child workers to provide a family income

In an ideal world there would be no child labour, but instead opportunities for children to play, learn, relax and otherwise enjoy life.

This ideal is reflected in the corporate social responsibility policies of numerous companies (such as Marks & Spencer, Philips, and Unilever), and of those selling branded consumer goods. They have committed to eradicate any form of child labour from their supply chains.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS