‘Children Are Everyone’s Business: Workbook 2.0’ is a comprehensive tool designed to guide companies through the ongoing process of learning about and integrating children’s rights into business policies and management processes. It follows and builds on the Children’s Rights and Business Principles, which were developed through consultations led by UNICEF, Save the Children and the United Nations Global Compact, and provides practical guidance for implementing the Principles. The workbook outlines a framework for companies to better operationalize their respect and support for children’s rights in the workplace, marketplace and community, and can be integrated into companies’ current efforts to implement the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. It summarizes the guidance provided in UNICEF’s child rights implementation tools – including ‘Children’s Rights in Policies and Codes of Conduct’,1 ‘Children’s Rights in Impact Assessments’2 and ‘Children’s Rights in Sustainability Reporting’3 – and contains broad recommendations on how companies can integrate children’s rights into company policies and processes. For each of the Children’s Rights and Business Principles, the workbook provides summarized information on how companies can: • Learn about and better understand the child rights issues relevant to each Principle. • Determine the contexts where child rights risks or opportunities may be more prevalent. • Assess policies and processes that are critical to addressing child rights impacts, and identify actions for improvement. • Take actions to integrate children’s rights based on impact assessment findings. • Report on child rights performance. The workbook draws on the practical experience of UNICEF, business and civil society to illustrate the diverse ways in which companies can respect and support children’s rights. It also provides links to supplementary resources such as sector-specific guidance, tools, recommendations and background materials relevant to each Principle.