UN Global Compact Bulletin (February 2014)

Feb 11, 2014 7:00 PM ET

UN Global Compact Bulletin (February 2014)

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1.    Global Compact Participants Convene in Davos to Address Global Priorities

  • Executives Meet with UN Secretary-General, Commit to Support Ambitious Goals on Climate and Sustainable Development
  • LEAD Companies Tackle the Dilemma of Short-Termism

2.    Global Compact and RICS to Develop Responsible Business Best Practice Toolkit for Land, Real Estate and Construction Sector

3.    Local Network Update

  • Global Compact Network Myanmar Convenes Business to Grow Trust, Prosperity Through Responsible Models

4.    Global Compact Releases 2014-2016 Strategy

5.    Global Compact Expels 107 Companies in Second Half of 2013

6.    Participant Status: New Signatories, COPs and Delistings



1.    Join Business for Peace

2.    Call for Input: Guide for Corporate Counsel on Corporate Sustainability

3.    Call for Examples: Business for the Rule of Law

4.    More Opportunities: Join Caring for Climate and more



1.    Value Driver Model

2.    Making the Connection - Slides and Presenter Notes

3.    New  Children’s Rights and Business Resources

  • Children are Everyone’s Business - Workbook 2.0
  • Children’s Rights in Policies and Codes of Conduct
  • Children’s Rights in Impact Assessments
  • Children’s Rights in Sustainability Reporting



1.    6th Annual Women's Empowerment Principles Event: Gender Equality and the Global Jobs Challenge (5-6 Mar, New York)

2.    Upcoming Webinars (February – March 2014) – OPEN INVITATION

  • New Tools on Children’s Rights and Business (26 Feb)
  • Introduction to the Social Enterprise and Impact Investing Workstream (27 Feb)
  • Trade and Road Transport Facilitation to Promote Sustainable Supply Chains, conducted with IRU (International Road Transport Union) (3 Mar)
  • Call to Action: Invest in Women’s Employment (27 Mar)


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Published 11 February 2014