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Taking next steps to end child labour in global supply chains

On 27-28 January, please join us in a constructive dialogue to share good practices, challenges and lessons learned to end child labour in global supply chains. This international meeting will be an opportunity to discuss among different stakeholders practical solutions and next steps to end child labour by 2025 in line with SDG Target 8.7

During this meeting the organizers, the Dutch Ministry for Foreign Affairs, the Dutch Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, in close collaboration with the International Labour Organisation and Global March Against Child Labour and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) would like to 

  • Inspire others with practical examples;  
  • Assess progress since IV Global Conference on child labour in Buenos Aires 2017; 
  • Showcase new commitments of Pathfinder Countries of Alliance 8.7;
  • Share challenges and opportunities to end child labour in supply chains
  • Find practical answers and innovative solutions to upscale efforts; 
  • Start partnerships or projects to work together to upscale efforts.  

Chair & Speakers

Eliza Anyangwe
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Eliza Anyangwe

The Correspondent

Sigrid Kaag
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Sigrid Kaag

Dutch Government

Guy Ryder  
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Guy Ryder  

International Labour Organization

Kailash Satyarthi 
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Kailash Satyarthi 

Global March Against Child Labour

Wouter Koolmees
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Wouter Koolmees

Dutch Government

Molly Namirembe
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Molly Namirembe

ECO

Fabrizio Antonio Favero
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Fabrizio Antonio Favero

Nestlé Netherlands

Partners

logo Ministry of Social Affairs and Emplyment

With the support of:

The Global March Against Child Labour (Global March)