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Symposium – ESG 2.0 and the Sustainable Development Goals
Multinational enterprises, development and decent work: the approach of the MNE Declaration
International labour standards and corporate social responsibility
For over 15 years, businesses around the world have turned to the UN Global Compact to shape their corporate sustainability approach. We offer an extensive toolbox ranging from leadership engagement platforms to best practices and resources that will help your business embed the Ten Principles into your operations, identify new opportunities to advance the SDGs and partner with the United Nations.
An Entry Point for Each SDG
The UN Global Compact is uniquely equipped to help companies anywhere along their journey to sustainability – from beginners to leaders – and we provide an entry point for your business for each of the 17 SDGs.
Beginning in 2017 we are offering a new portfolio of Action Platforms to advance business activities and outcomes in relation to the Ten Principles and the SDGs. Developed in consultation with LEAD companies, Local Networks, UN agencies and relevant partners, Action Platforms fill emerging gaps in advancing the SDGs. They are tailored for up to 40 companies and require a fee.
Practical Tools & Resources
The new global goals will require companies to work more strategically on sustainability – from goal setting, to measurement and reporting. Our library contains over 200 resources, all searchable by the SDGs relevant to your business.
|The SDG Compass|
|SDG Industry Matrix|
A Passport to Partner with the UN
Partnerships are intrinsic to the success of today’s most innovative companies. The UN Business Action Hub brings business and the UN together to share partnership and project opportunities, especially at the local level. Our Partnership Passport is your guide to finding new partnerships and enhancing existing ones on the UN Business Action Hub.