The Global Compact Strategy 2014-2016 is aimed to strengthen the role of corporate sustainability and social responsibility in order to achieve collective, secure and sustainable future.
Four goals of the Strategy:
- — effective participant engagement;
- — empowering the Local Networks;
- — ensuring coherence of the global issues portfolio;
- — engaging responsible business in support of UN goals and issues.
The UN Global Compact Ten Principles are derived from the international documents:
- — The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
- — The International Labour Organization Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work.
- — The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development.
- — The United Nations Convention Against Corruption.
The working groups and platforms of the UN Global Compact include:
- — CEO Water Mandate
- — Anti-Corruption Working Group
- — Human Rights and Labour Working Group
- — Caring for Climate Initiative
- — Water Action Hub
- — Principles for Responsible Investment
- — Women's Empowerment Principles
- — Food and Agriculture Business Principles
- — Global Compact Board Programme
- — Global Compact Cities Programme
- — Business for Rule of Law Framework
- — Business for Peace Platform
- — SDG Industry Matrix
- — Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative
- — Principles for Responsible Management Education
- — Children's Rights and Business Principles
- — Human Rights and Business Dilemmas Forum
- — Child Labour Platform
- — Anti-Corruption Collective Action