Reporting to stakeholders in a transparent and public manner is fundamental for companies committed to sustainability. A company’s annual Communication on Progress (CoP) is a key component of its’ commitment to the UN Global Compact.
There are several powerful drivers of non-financial reporting that are pushing companies to act responsibly and report on their actions: Mainstream investors are considering environmental, social and governance (ESG) information in their strategies. Non-financial information is shaping the decisions of consumers, local communities and civil society organizations that are all expecting greater transparency from business. Once only a voluntary activity, there is a trend towards mandatory non-financial reporting.
Global Initiatives of the UN Global Compact
Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
GRI's mission is to enable organizations to be transparent and take responsibility for their impacts, enabled through the world’s most widely used standards for sustainability reporting - the GRI Standards.
Action Platform on the Reporting on the SDGs
The Action Platform has developed and is disseminating leading guidance to help business integrate the SDGs into their reporting processes. Measuring and disclosing their impact on the SDGs will help businesses better engage stakeholders, enhance sustainable decision-making processes and strengthen their accountability.
Local Activities of the Global Compact Network
Switzerland & Liechtenstein
- 20 May, 13:00 – 17:30 CESTOnline Event