UN Global Compact Bulletin (September 2014)

Sep 9, 2014 1:00 PM ET

UN Global Compact Bulletin (September 2014)


1.    In the Guardian, Georg Kell discusses "five trends that show corporate responsibility is here to stay"

2.    Global Compact Strengthens Urban Sustainability Efforts through Agreement with RMIT University

3.    Women’s Empowerment Principles Appoint Two New Leadership Group Co-Chairs

4.    Participant Status: New Signatories, COPs and Delistings


1.    Quito Joins Global Compact and Cities Programme


1. Align with Business Leadership Criteria on Carbon Pricing

2. Call to Action: Anti-Corruption and the Global Development Agenda

3. Anonymously Record Incidences of Corruption along Major International Trade Routes


1. Blueprint for Corporate Sustainability Leadership

2. Shared Water Challenges and Interests: The Case for Private Sector Engagement in Water Policy and Management

3. How the Children's Rights and Business Principles Can Advance the Rights of the Girl Child


1. Global Compact Consultative Meeting with Industry and Trade Associations (9 Sep, New York)

2. African Regional Forum on Business and Human Rights (16-18 Sep, Addis Ababa)

3. United Nations Private Sector Forum on Climate Change (23 Sep, New York)

4. Business for Peace Annual Event (29-30 Sep, Istanbul)

5. 2014 Sustainable Stock Exchange Global Dialogue and UNCTAD World Investment Forum (13-16 Oct, Geneva)


1.    New International Standard on the Elimination of Forced Labour: Implications for Business (5 Sep, online, 9:30 am EDT)

2.    Traceability in Global Supply Chains: Minerals & Diamonds (10 Sep, online, 8:00 am EDT)

3.    Human Trafficking - Human Rights and Business Dilemmas Forum (16 Sep, online, 10:00 am EDT)

4.    Gender Equality - Human Rights and Business Dilemmas Forum (24 Sep, online, 10:00 am EDT)


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Published 3 September 2014