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Business must help protect ASEAN children affected by migration

Awareness of risks key to ensuring respect of rights

| Southeast Asia
Migrant children play at a nursery provided by their parents' employer on the outskirts of Bangkok: Companies have a responsibility to respect children's rights. (Photo by Akira Kodaka)

Debora Comini is the UNICEF East Asia and Pacific regional director.

This month's U.N. Responsible Business and Human Rights Forum for Asia-Pacific in Bangkok will explore some of the most pressing issues in the region and bring together key representatives from governments, civil society, trade unions, industry associations and national human rights institutions.

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