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18 Jan 2018 description

Fifteen UN and international organisations working in humanitarian relief and sustainable development are behind a Sustainable Impact Hub in Davos during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.

The joint Hub is a dedicated partnership venue located at Promenade 72, Davos Platz. WEF participants and the press are invited to drop in to learn about and advance partnerships with the organizations and partners working together under the theme Leave no one behind: Partnering for impact. It will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from 22 to 26 January.

19 Sep 2017 description

Connecting Business initiative (CBi) formed 13 networks in first year

New York, September 19: United Nations aid and development chiefs, government officials, and business leaders today pledged to expand cooperation in preparing for and responding to crises through new networks engaging the private sector.

24 Jan 2017 description
report UN Global Compact

(Oslo, 24 January, 2017) — Disruptive technologies and digital infrastructure have the potential to solve some of the world’s most pressing risks and to transform industries. These include safeguarding the planet's soil and water, and improving inequality and education.

This is the main conclusion of the 2017 Global Opportunity Report, released today by DNV GL, Sustainia and the United Nations Global Compact. The report also demonstrates the commitment of the global business community towards taking action on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the 2030 agenda.

20 Sep 2015 description

New York, United States of America

(New York, 18 September 2015) – As the global refugee crisis is unfolding across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the UN Global Compact, in partnership with the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), and with the support of other UN entities, civil society and NGO organizations, are calling on companies, as well as other stakeholders, to take action to diminish the suffering of people forced to flee conflict and support solutions for the resulting widespread societal disruption.

30 Nov 2012 description
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(27 November 2012, London) – The Expert Group on Responsible Business and Investment in Conflict-Affected and High-Risk Areas convened in London to discuss the challenges of operating and investing in fragile contexts, and to advance the implementation of responsible business and investment practices around the world. Organized by the UN Global Compact and the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) initiative, and chaired by Sir Mark Moody-Stewart, this meeting brought together over 60 company, investor, academic and expert participants.

29 Aug 2012 description
Guide to Water-Related Collective Action Beta 1.0 August 2012

World’s First Platform to Unite Stakeholders on Water Stewardship Projects; Companion Guide Also Released

(29 August 2012, Stockholm) – The UN Global Compact’s CEO Water Mandate initiative today announced the launch of a global Water Action Hub – the world’s first on-line platform to unite companies, governments, NGOs, and other stakeholders on a range of critical water projects in specific river basins around the planet.

07 Jun 2012 description
report UN Global Compact

Toward Rio: New Report to Address Scaling Up Food Security and Sustainable Agriculture for a Future with Zero Hunger

01 May 2012 description
report UN Global Compact

(Bogota, 22 April 2012) – The Regional Center for the Support of the Global Compact in Latin America and the Caribbean has launched the Spanish version of the “Guidance on Responsible Business in Conflict-Affected and High -Risk Areas:A Resource for Companies and Investors”.

13 Mar 2012 description



LONDON, 12 March (United Nations Global Compact) — A landmark set of 10 principles to ensure that companies respect and support children’s rights has been launched. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), United Nations Global Compact and Save the Children today introduced the Children’s Rights and Business Principles, a call on businesses to step up their efforts to respect and support children’s rights in the workplace, marketplace and community.