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Report analyses how 37 countries' regulatory frameworks on advertising & marketing impact children's rights

Author: DLA Piper (commissioned by UNICEF), Published on: 22 December 2016

UNICEF is committed to helping companies and governments adopt best practice in relation to all aspects of children’s rights. This includes both the ways in which products and services are marketed and advertised to children and the use of children in advertising or marketing, and ultimately extends to any related laws, policies or practices that impact children as consumers...DLA Piper has been commissioned by UNICEF to conduct research across thirty seven jurisdictions and to produce this report which has been done with the support of UNICEF, lawyers from DLA Piper offices and associate firms around the world...This report is the result of an analysis of the regulatory framework with respect to advertising and marketing to children in different countries around the world.

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