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Basic Guide to the Communication on Progress

The Basic Guide to the Communication on Progress assists companies in understanding the minimum requirements for participating in the UN Global Compact and reporting through the Communication on Progress (COP). The guide includes practical suggestions and examples grounded in best practices from participating companies.

Basic Guide to the Communication on Progress

 

Comprehensive Guide to Communication on Progress (COP) and Differentiation: Transparency and Integrity, Learning and Progress

Provides comprehensive guidance on preparing COPs at the GC Active level and going beyond the minimum requirements to reach the GC Advanced criteria. The guide includes suggestions and examples grounded in best practices from participating companies. (UNGC, 2012)

 Comprehensive Guide to Communication on Progress and Differentiation

 

 

 

Making The Connection - Using GRI's G3 Guidelines for the COP

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This guide, produced in partnership with the Global Reporting Initiative, introduces and explores ways to address Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and Global Compact Communication on Progress (COP) requirements simultaneously. By linking the GRI G3 Guidelines to the ten principles of the Global Compact, Making the Connection assists companies in bridging the gap between the COP and other sustainability reporting vehicles.
 
Making The Connection - Using GRI's G3 Guidelines for the COP

 

Leading the Way in Communication on Progress

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This booklet provides inspiration and ideas on how to communicate progress in implementing the ten principles. It is the result of an ongoing dialogue between the Global Compact Office and participating companies, and it reflects experiences and perspectives shared during a two-day workshop in March 2006 in Geneva.
Leading the Way in Communication on Progress

 

Raising the Bar: Creating Value with the UN Global Compact

“Raising the Bar” outlines how the Global Compact and its principles can stimulate organizational change while creating business value. Produced by a team of experts, the book assists frontline managers of large and small companies in translating the Global Compact into business practices and positions the classic elements of management excellence in the context of the challenges of sustainable development. It brings practical guidance with an inventory of knowledge, tools, examples and information sources, all organized around a basic Performance Model that embraces concepts familiar to most business people.

For information contact globalcompact@un.org

 

Operational Guide for Medium-Scale Enterprises

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An international taskforce on SMEs and corporate citizenship, consisting of experts from companies, Global Compact focal points and other relevant organizations, have reviewed existing material on the implementation of the Global Compact principles and the work of SMEs and produced these operational guidelines for medium-sized enterprises. Operational guidelines for small enterprises will follow.
 
Operational Guide for Medium-Scale Enterprises

 

Contact

COP Team
UN Global Compact Office
cop@unglobalcompact.org