We are a dynamic team of professionals with expertise in different areas of CSR and children's rights. With offices located in Beijing, Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Yangon, as well as staff in Vietnam, Bangladesh and Turkey, we have practical experience of right based work in a business context in such places as China, South East Asia, the Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa and Europe. The team has numerous years of experience working with governments, civil society actors, academia, the World Bank, UN Institutions and large scale philanthropic projects. 

Ines Kaempfer

Executive Director, CCR CSR Beijing, Hong Kong 

As the Executive Director at CCR CSR Beijing and Hong Kong offices, Ines leads and manages CCR CSR’s business and services across the country, and works in close cooperation with Save family members, partners and clients.

Ines brings in a wealth of  knowledge of supply chain management in the Chinese context from her previous positions as Director of Learning and Impact at Elevate and Director of Assessment and Capacity Building at the Fair Labour Association in Shanghai. She also has a wealth of experience working in the field of child rights abroad, including holding positions at the Fair Labour Association in Geneva. 


Malin Liljert

Beijing Office Director, CCR CSR Beijing

Director at the CCR CSR Beijing Office, Malin is in charge of business and content development including the daily management of the Beijing office. She is an experienced facilitator and performs trainings on child labor prevention and remediation and workshops on how companies can support and implement the Children’s Rights and Business Principles.  

Malin has close to 20 years of experience from international work in Asia, Africa and Latin-America. Before joining CCR CSR she was working in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania for four years as the responsible program manager for Norad on CSR, public-private partnership, gender equality and research programs. During her time at ILO HQ in Geneva she carried out training on results-based management for UN staff at the global level and was the main author of the “ILO guide on technical cooperation and labour standards”. Her career started at the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Sida, which included postings at the Swedish Embassies in South Africa and Zambia, where she was responsible for private sector development and energy sector reform. Malin has been living in Beijing with her family since 2011. 


Jifang Ma

Director of Services and Products, CCR CSR Beijing

Jifang is the Director of Services and Products at CCR CSR, responsible for overseeing all major projects, training development, audit protocols, child labor remediation programs and overseeing the child labor response program in Myanmar.

Before joining CCR CSR, Jifang worked in different international non-profit organizations for the past 15 years, including the Ford Foundation, Action Aid, Fair Labor Association, International Union Against TB and Lung Disease and Verite. Her major working areas include supply chain management, training & capacity building, industrial relations and labor issue monitoring, gender and women development, poverty alleviation.

Her past experiences with funding, implementation, multi-stakeholders and service providing organizations enabled Jifang to work effectively in maintaining and developing good relations with donors, government partners, grassroots organizations, brands and factories.


Canaria Gaffar

Director of Research, CCR CSR Istanbul

Canaria focuses on research, impact assessment and business development at CCR CSR.
As an independent consultant, she provided research and evaluation services for INGOs, social enterprises and grassroots. Canaria worked as a UN Volunteer, and researched and replicated the successful business model of a Chinese PLHIV organization to grassroots working on HIV/AIDS in four provinces. She also worked with Save the Children UK to advocate for child rights/protection in Xinjiang. She’s experienced in participatory approaches including participatory management, child-led research and participatory workshops/trainings. She’s skilled in impact assessment, policy analysis, problem solving, strategizing and research techniques such as interviews, focus groups, surveys and data analysis. 


Yu-Lan Duggan

Senior Advisor, CCR CSR Hong Kong

As the Senior Advisor, Yu-Lan manages the Youth Development Working Group, which is a CCR CSR membership-based initiative that allows companies to discuss child labor and supply chain challenges related to child rights in a safe space. Yu-Lan also provides outreach support to the organization and assistance on project design.

Prior to joining CCR CSR, Yu-Lan was the Director of CSO Engagement at the Fair Labor Association. With close to a decade of experience in CSR, she has extensive experience working with both businesses and the non-profit community.


Ellen Schliebitz

Director of Communications, CCR CSR Beijing

Ellen develops and implements strategic communications and marketing strategies and provides communications guidance and support to individuals throughout the organization. Ellen also designs key materials for CCR CSR, including reports, infographics and service leaflets; she oversees CCR CSR's WeChat eLearning platform content and manages all communications-related projects. 

Ellen has spent the majority of her professional career working in the media and non-profit sector in China where she gained fluency in Chinese and an in-depth understanding of China's online media and marketing landscape. 


Terry Au-Yeung Shing Hung

Multi-Media Manager, CCR CSR Hong Kong

As the Multimedia Project Manager, Terry is responsible for developing and managing projects related to website, eLearning, and other multi-media. He is also an experienced trainer who has trained workers, management, and service providers in China, Malaysia and Myanmar.

Before joining CCR CSR, Terry was the Senior Analyst in a consultancy company specialized in CSR. In the past, he was been involved in various projects in improving workers’ working environment, including the development and implementation of a worker-and-management communication training program and Worker PhotoVoice. 

Terry is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Macau studying training interaction. 


Lynn Zhang
Senior Office Manager and Event Co-ordinator, CCR CSR Beijing

As the Senior Office Manager, Lynn is responsible for the management of the CCR CSR Offices in Beijing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong, and thereby develop and sustain CCR CSR as a professional and effecitvie social enterprise.  Beside this, Lynn is also responsible for the child labour remediation service. 

Prior to joining CCR CSR, Lynn was Associate Consultant at Swedish Trade Council Beijing, providing import & export, and marketing supports for Swedish companies who wanted to purchase/sell from/in China. She also has more than 6 years working experiences in Production Company and Factory. 


Winnie Ding

Senior Technical Advisor, CCR CSR

As CCR CSR’s senior technical advisor, Winnie is responsible for Stora Enso Child Rights & Migrant Worker Management Training and Support Program, as well as supporting other CCR CSR training programs. 

With close to a decade of experience working in HR and six years in CSR and consulting, Winnie’s extensive expertise spans from capacity building and training to CSR assessment and project management. 

Prior to joining CCR CSR, Winnie worked with major international brands and industry organizations to improve the compliance performance and productivity of hundreds of suppliers. An FLA certified trainer, she has helped develop and conduct HR and CSR related trainings for factories, suppliers, brands, and organisations. In addition to her work as a freelance trainer and consultant, Winnie previously held positions at Elevate Shanghai as Senior HR Consultant and at Quanta Group as Trainer & Internal Auditor. 


Wenxun Pan

Technical Advisor, CCR CSR 

As the Technical Advisor, Wenxun works closely with the project and communications team. She is mainly responsible for CCR CSR's WeSupport eLearning platform and WeChat public account management. She also provides technical support for CCR CSR's child labour remediation resource platform Wesupport.org, Questionpro, Litmos and other eLearning, multi-media programs and online tools.

Wenxun currently also supports the implementation of a program in Bangladesh for UNICEF, focusing on excel and QuestionPro implementation, data management and continuous progress updating; and is also supporting CCR CSR's projects in Malaysia and China. 


Lu Ding

Senior Project Manager Asia Pacific, CCR CSR Hong Kong

Lu Ding manages and works with multi-stakeholders on CCR CSR’s on-going projects and impact assessment in China, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Laos, including CCR CSR's WeSupport, Child Friendly Spaces, child labor prevention and remediation guideline development and training and child rights risk assessment. She also provides strategic support with worker studies, tool development and training materials development.  

Before joining CCR CSR, Lu Ding worked as project manager in investment consultancy companies and volunteered with Friends of Waldorf Education in Germany, which specializes in supporting independent education and social therapeutic institutions. She is experienced in project management, impact assessment, data analysis, research and conducting trainings and workshops. 


Shuiyan Guo

Office and Project Manager, CCR CSR Shenzhen

Shuiyan is responsible for the Shenzhen office management and project implementation at CCR CSR, managing and supporting projects including Child Friendly Spaces (CFS), Migrant Parent Training (MPT) and child labor remediation. She also provides support with worker studies, impact assessments, tool development, etc. 

Before joining CCR CSR, Shuiyan worked at a child development center for left-behind children. With rich experience working with left-behind children and migrant workers, she played an important role in implementing programs in rural China and factories in the Pearl River Delta. She also did a lot of work on volunteer management and carried out training.


Hsar Moo

Office and Project Manager, CCR CSR Yangon, Myanmar

As Office and Project Manager, Hsar Moo is responsible for the management of the CCRCSR office in Myanmar and supports the implementation of local programs.

Before joining CCRCSR, Hsar Moo was a legal trainer, working with law teachers from Myanmar University. She has also worked with UN partners and legal support partners. Hsar Moo has eight years of experience working with INGOs including developing material for trainings as well as conducting trainings and awareness sessions on child rights and child protection. She is eager to learn and interested in working in the field of child development.


Juanna Than

Project Officer, CCR CSR Yangon, Myanmar

Juanna is currently working as project assistant at CCR CSR to support the implementation of the Supplier’s Child Labor Response Action Project in Myanmar, including situation analysis, legal background searching, trainings, monitoring and evaluation, and relation building with local services providers and participating factories.

Before joining CCR CSR, Juanna worked as Customer Service Coordinator in Thabaung Area Development Programme and Hmawbi Area Development Programme, World Vision which specializes in customer service and child protection. She is experienced in planning, budgeting, organizing, coordination and organizing training for child development projects. She earned a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration at the Myanmar Institute of Theology and a Bachelor degree from University of Distance Education, Dagon.


Dzung Nguyen

Senior Project Manager, Vietnam

Ms. Nguyen has more than thirteen years’ experience in CSR consultation, assessments and training including development, implementing social monitoring programs and risk assessment in the entire supply chain for Fortune 500 companies in South East Asian and Oceania countries.

As the senior project manager in Vietnam, Ms. Nguyen is responsible for the management and implementation of CCR CSR’s major projects in the country, including the “Inclusion of Young Workers in IKEA’s Supply Chain” project and UNICEF’s “Children’s Rights in the Workplace Programme for Footwear and Apparel Manufacturers.”