5th April 2013 or May 10th 2013
About The UNGlobal Compact
The United Nations Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten principles.
10,000 companies are members, which includes organisations of all types and sizes from large global corporations to small businesses.
Members commit to ten principles in the areas of: human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. The UNGlobal Compact is a practical framework for the development, implementation, and disclosure of sustainability policies and practices, all designed to help advance sustainable business models and markets.
Who Should Attend?
If your organisation has joined the UNGlobal Compact, or is considering joining and you would like to understand more about the UNGlobal Compact - then this event is for you.
The event will provide you with an overview and introduction to the UNGlobal Compact and delegates will leave with a clearer understanding of what is needed to implement the UNGC and how to start preparing to submit their first Communication on Progress.
9.45-10am Registration and refreshments
10-11am 60 Minute Briefing
- Introduction to the UNGlobal Compact & The Ten Principles
- First Steps to implementation: including how to choose Key Performance Indicators & helpful tips on collecting data
- Guidance on preparing for a successful Communication on Progress
- Where to find more information & resources
11-11.30am Refreshments & networking
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Ecobusiness Exchange will contact attendees if there are any changes to times, dates and locations and reserves the right to decline applications from consultancies, individuals or organisations providing environmental products and services.
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Ecobusiness Exchange provides training and consultancy to organisations desiring to be more sustainable. We specialise in sustainability strategy, policy & governance and mandatory and voluntary disclosure reporting.