This webinar recording discusses various aspects of promoting transparency in Beneficial Ownership and how it can help businesses.
A collection of cases from Global Compact companies and stakeholders around the world illustrating anti-corruption implementation efforts and the related dilemmas organizations face.
Assist managers in fighting corruption and increasing transparency through presenting a collection of case studies from Africa.
Provides short and practical guidance to companies on managing anti-corruption in the supply chain. Includes specific company examples and other useful resources on this topic. Developed by the Anti-Corruption Task Force of the Advisory Group on Supply Chain Sustainability.
The inventory consists of existing anti-corruption tools and resources presented in alphabetical order that companies can easily review and access.
Offers a short summary of arguments and information to help companies make the business case against corruption, including key facts and figures
In 2014, the UN Global Compact marks the 10th Anniversary of the 10th Principle against corruption: “Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery”.
As part of developing the Business for the Rule of Law Framework, the UN Global Compact undertook a global consultation process. With the support of various partners, the UN Global Compact held 19 consultation workshops, engaging around 400 senior representatives from business, civil society, government and the United Nations. The following is a compilation of the reports from these workshops.
Learn how companies in the UN Global Compact are taking action to advance corporate sustainability around the world.
Examines the unique nature of water challenges in conflict-affected or high-risk areas and how the management of water resources can in turn affect business operations and society – particularly through its potential to exacerbate conflict.
Learn about how companies in the UN Global Compact are taking action to advance corporate sustainability around the world.
The private sector plays an essential role in humanitarian preparedness, response, and recovery efforts, but large numbers of independent actors - no matter how well intentioned - can introduce complexity and potential duplication of efforts, particularly when companies react in an ad hoc or uncoordinated way. To deliver maximum impact, many forward-thinking companies have begun to forge private-sector networks. These networks of companies and local businesses collaborate in a country or region to strengthen their own risk preparedness and to mobilize and coordinate the private-sector response to an emergency. The paper discusses the role of the private sector in disaster prevention, preparedness, response and recovery efforts and introduces ideas how companies can collaborate better to become more resilient themselves and reduce duplication and deliver maximum impact supporting humanitarian efforts.