Ulula Teams Up with Child Rights Expert CCR CSR

Written by Admin

March 28, 2019

Ulula is pleased to announce its partnership with the Centre for Child Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCR CSR) to collaboratively offer brands and employers the technical tools and child rights expertise to improve business operations’ impact on children in key production regions in the world.

Specifically, together with CCR CSR, we will be able to offer:

  • Co-developed methodologies for assessing child rights impact and worker’s needs (e.g. Child Rights tracking tool for mobile-based data collection)

  • Integrated processes for risk assessment and remediation, at aggregated, facility and case level

  • Technological and on-site support to provide accurate, timely and actionable data to drive effective interventions in the workplace and drive change, particularly to create positive impacts on young workers, parent workers and their children

By combining CCR CSR’s expertise, methodologies and experience in implementing child rights programmes with Ulula’s technology, we can jointly offer businesses a wealth of tools and support, including child rights risk assessments, surveys, grievance management, mass messaging to targeted groups of workers, dashboards with real-time worker feedback and more.

Please contact us to learn more.

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