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2020, vol. 17, br. 1, str. 49-66
Uticaj poslovnog sektora na prava dece u Srbiji
Univerzitet Singidunum, Fakultet za medije i komunikacije - FMK, Beograd

e-adresakrstic.natasa@gmail.com
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The research for this article was conducted within the project "Situation Analysis on Children in Serbia" for the United Nations Children's Fund during the period of March-April, 2019

Ključne reči: principi poslovanja i prava dece; društveno odgovorno poslovanje; zajednička vrednost; Srbija
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Poslovni sektor vrši jak direktan i indirektan uticaj na decu, na radnom mestu, tržištu, u zajednici i preko lanca snabdevanja, gde se pojavljuju rizici u smislu ugrožavanja dece i njihovih prava. Ovaj članak ima za cilj da pruži nove dokaze o uticaju poslovnog sektora na dečja prava u Srbiji. Analiza uticaja poslovnog sektora u Srbiji na prava dece sprovedena je putem kabinetskog istraživanja tri sektora koja su identifikovana kao prioritetna u pogledu njihovog uticaja na ekonomiju i prava dece - IKT, hrana i poljoprivreda, i finansijski sektor. Nakon intervjua sa rukovodiocima za društveno odgovorno poslovanje u vodećim preduzećima iz ovih sektora, mapiran je njihov potencijalni uticaj na prava dece zajedno sa sektorskim rizicima, i prikazane su prilike za angažovanjem u stvaranju zajedničkih vrednosti između preduzeća i organizacija i institucija koje podržavaju decu i njihova prava. Naše istraživanje sugeriše da zajednička vrednost u kontekstu promocije prava dece prevazilazi tradicionalnu korporativnu filantropiju i ukazuje kako osnovna poslovna delatnost, imovina i prakse, inicijative zagovaranja, veštine i stručnost mogu podržati prava dece radi postizanja Ciljeva održivog razvoja.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/EJAE17-22487
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 15.04.2020.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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