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Inaugural session of the UN Global Compact Academy (online)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear members and friends of the UN Global Compact

Companies can play a crucial role in achieving the Global Goals, and a principles-based approach is the best way to make it happen. On 12 March at 15:30 (Swiss time), Lise Kingo & John Ruggie teach you how. Register now to join the UN Global Compact Academy live from anywhere in the world. 

 

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About the UN Global Compact Academy:

The Academy is designed to give Participants* the knowledge and skills they need to meet their sustainability objectives. Delivered through a series of learning sessions taught by world-class experts, the Academy will coach Participants to develop their understanding of critical topics and build actionable skills. Anchored in our principles-based approach, the Academy is both accessible and solution-oriented, enabling Participants to accelerate positive impacts both now and far into the future. Focused on learning that ensures results, our topic portfolio will cover key themes across all aspects of corporate sustainability, with a special focus on the UN Global Goals. Regardless of your corporate function or where you are on your sustainability journey, the UN Global Compact Academy offers business-friendly solutions and the opportunity to join a highly-engaged learning community.

*While the UN Global Compact Academy is designed for companies engaged in the Participant tier, we are pleased to make this inaugural session open to both Participants and Signatories

 

Upcoming UN Global Compact Academy sessions:

10 April, 2018
Academy session II -- "Decent Work in Global Supply Chains" featuring Guy Ryder, ILO

29 May, 2018
Academy session III -- "What Human Rights mean for Business" featuring H.C. Zeid, OHCHR

   
         
 
 

 

 
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