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Mission and Vision

The Global Compact Network Australia (GCNA) was launched in May 2009 at Parliament House Canberra. The GCNA is a member-based organization with a Board comprised of corporate sustainability leaders from business and other stakeholder groups. By providing access to a range of services, forums, partnerships and knowledge from across industries and interest groups, the GCNA helps members to integrate and operationalize the ten principles into their core business practices and to support United Nations goals. The network serves as a national and international platform for dialogue and learning that is inclusive, practical and leading edge.

Vision: The Global Compact Network Australia aims to be the leading driver in the country of effective business practices that deliver social, economic and environmental gains.

Mission: The Global Compact Network Australia leads, enables and connects business, government and civil society to practically apply the principles of the UN Global Compact.

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Benefits of Participation

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Top Sectors Participants
Support Services 17
General Industrials 7
Financial Services 5
Banks 4
Media 4