9 “…. the United Nations Global Compact brings together government, business, labour and civil society – both globally and locally….. business practices rooted in universal values can help bring social and economic gains"
10 United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) UN initiative to encourage businesses to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policiesCompanies brought together with UN agencies, labour groups and civil society
11 Global CompactPractical framework for development, implementation, and disclosure of sustainability policies and practicesAdvance sustainable business models and markets
12 UNGC Principle-based framework for businesses Ten principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption
13 The Ten Principles Universal consensus and derived from: Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDR)ILO Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at WorkRio Declaration on Environment and DevelopmentUnited Nations Convention Against Corruption
14 Human RightsSupport and respect protection of internationally proclaimed human rightsNot complicit in human rights abuses
15 LabourUphold freedom of association and effective recognition of the right collective bargainingElimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labourEffective abolition of child labourElimination of discrimination in employment and occupation
16 Environment Support precautionary approach to environmental challenges Promote greater environmental responsibilityDevelopment and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies
17 Anti-CorruptionWork against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery
18 UNGCLaunched in 2000Over 10,000 participants and other stakeholders from over 145 countriesLargest voluntary corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative in the world
19 CSR “…. a hard-edged business decision Not because it is a nice thing to do orbecause people are forcing us to do it ...because it is good for our business"
20 CSR Corporate Conscience Corporate Citizenship Social performance Sustainable Responsible BusinessISO recognized international standard
21 Actors engaged in CSRGovernmentsCorporationsCivil Societies
22 Socially Responsible Company CSR EffortsSocially Responsible CompanyCommunity &SocietyCustomerRelationshipsHumanRightsSupplierRelationsCorporateGovernanceEmployeeRelationsEnvironment
23 UNGC Two objectives: Mainstream ten principles in business activities Catalyze actions in support of broader UN goals, such as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
26 UNGCPlatform for business and non-business entities to proactively network and engageContributing to UN goals to build sustainable and inclusive global economyConstantly expanding its reach and enhancing opportunities for engagement
28 UNGC Not a regulatory instrument Forum for discussion Network for communication including governments, companies, NGOs and labour organisations
29 UNGC Following channels provides facilitation and encourages dialogue: Policy dialoguesLearningLocal networks and projects
30 UNGCCollaborative solutions to most fundamental challenges facing both business and societyCombineUN moral authority and convening powerPrivate sector’s solution-finding strengthsCivil Society activism
31 UN GCGlobal and localPrivate and publicVoluntary yet accountable
32 Who is eligible? Companies Federations Civil Societies Training InstitutionsCities
34 UNGC Established and globally recognized policy framework Sharing best and emerging practicesAdvancing sustainability solutions in partnership with stakeholdersLinking with Global Compact's Local Networks around the world
35 UNGC Accessing UN‘s extensive knowledge and experience Utilizing UN Global Compact management tools and resourcesOpportunity to engage in specialized work streams in environmental, social and governance realms
36 UNGCPrinciples become part of strategy, culture and day-to-day operationsPublicly advocate via communications vehicles - press releases, speeches, social media etc.