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Are you an entrepreneur, and is your company doing business in developing countries? Are you taking steps to show Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? Then you might discover child labour occurs in your value chain after conducting a risk analysis. Join this seminar to learn what your company can do to prevent and tackle child labour. 

Why take part?

This seminar reviews various interventions to prevent or reduce child labour in your value chains. We share experiences and lessons learnt from Fund against Child Labour (FBK) projects. With this information, we aim to help companies and stakeholders choose and develop important interventions to tackle child labour in international supply chains.  

What is child labour?

According to the International Labour Organization, child labour is "work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development".

Ending child labour starts with recognising it exists. Business owners can no longer assume there is no child labour in their chains. When business owners notice signs of child labour, they should start a dialogue with their chain partners to look for ways to end child labour together.

Read more about child labour

Fund against Child Labour seminar 

This is what you can expect during the seminar:

  • Presentation of the highlights of a new Fund against Child Labour (FBK) report on interventions;
  • Lessons learnt from companies that participated in FBK projects; and
  • Interactive breakout sessions.


Kunera Moore - Korthals Altes, Director, Themes & Child Labour Lead at Rainforest Alliance, will moderate the programme.
13:30 - 14:00 CETOpen for registration  
14:00 – 15:20 CETPlenary session 
Intervention 'Improving incomes'
Intervention 'Access to education'
With contributions from:
ETG Trading and East-West International
ADMC and Arte
15:40 – 16:30 CET

Break-out sessions
A. Intervention 'Raising awareness'    
B. Intervention 'Area-based approach'    
C. Intervention 'Monitoring systems'

16:30 – 17:00 CETPlenary closing    
Closing and important takeaways
17:00 - 18:00 CETNetworking and refreshments 


You can participate online. But we hope to welcome you in person on 8 December 2022 to learn more about your work and projects.

Register to attend in Utrecht 

Do you want to join this seminar in person? Please send an email to before 30 November 2022 with the following information:

  • Name;
  • Organisation; and
  • The breakout session you wish to attend.
    Please choose between breakout sessions A, B, and C. We cannot guarantee your preference as some sessions have limited availability.

Register to attend online

Do you want to follow this seminar online? We will add the Zoom link to this page 2 days before the seminar.

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