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1 UN Global Compact: The perspective of an international Organization on Social Responsibility At The International Workshop on Standardization and Social.

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1 1 UN Global Compact: The perspective of an international Organization on Social Responsibility At The International Workshop on Standardization and Social Responsibility Rio de Janeiro, 1 October Kola Badejo Senior Adviser Global Compact office New York

2 2 Enjeux du Pacte Mondial :et développement durable du secteur privé ivoirien Lancementl du réseau du Pacte Mondial – Côte dIvoire (RPMC Mardi 11 septembre 2007, Abidjan, Côte dIvoire

3 3 New Orientation UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon Todays collaboration between the United Nations and other partners recalls the Organizations foundational spirit, when politicians, scholars, business leaders and others shared the belief that business, trade and investment were essential pillars of peace and prosperity

4 4 Temas Organizacionais e as Nações Unidas: Objetivos Coincidentes Desenvolvimento de mercados Boa Governança e Segurança Meio Ambiente Paz Redução da Pobreza Lucro Crescimento Inclusão Social Gerenciamento de Negócios Saúde Global Crescente Interdependência

5 5 Os Dez Princípios Universais do Pacto Global O Pacto Global advoga dez princípios universais, derivados: - da Declaração Universal de Direitos Humanos, - da Declaração da Organização Internacional do Trabalho sobre Princípios e Direitos Fundamentais no Trabalho, - da Declaração do Rio sobre Meio Ambiente e Desenvolvimento e - da Convenção das Nações Unidas Contra a Corrupção

6 6 Os Dez Princípios Princípios de Direitos Humanos 1. Respeitar e proteger os direitos humanos; 2. Impedir violações de direitos humanos; Princípios de Direitos do Trabalho 3. Apoiar a liberdade de associação no trabalho; 4. Abolir o trabalho forçado; 5. Abolir o trabalho infantil; 6. Eliminar a discriminação no ambiente de trabalho; Princípios de Proteção Ambiental 7. Apoiar uma abordagem preventiva aos desafios ambientais; 8. Promover a responsabilidade ambiental; 9. Encorajar tecnologias que não agridem o meio ambiente. Princípio contra a Corrupção 10. Combater a corrupção em todas as suas formas inclusive extorsão e propina.

7 7 O que é o Pacto Global Um framework para Responsabilidade Social Empresarial Iniciativa liderada pelo CEO Voluntário Estes valores principais foram separados em dez princípios chave, nas áreas de direitos humanos, direitos do trabalho, proteção ambiental e combate à corrupção. Plataforma multi stakeholder- collectiva

8 8 Pacto Global: Objetivos e Visão O processo de globalisação fortaleceu o impacto da responsabilidade social – Norte/Sul Fazer com que os 10 princípios sejam parte da estratégia organizacional, das operações e da cultura em todos os lugares. Facilitar parcerias em pró dos objetivos da ONU – MDM. Visão: Economia global sustentável e inclusiva

9 9 3,879 companies from over 120 countries Global labour and civil society organizations Academic networks and other partners Global Compact Network Key Components Leaders Summit triennial UN GCO Agencies Governments Board Business Labor Civil Society Local Networks Forum Argentina (205) Brazil (164) U.S.A. (144) UK (91) Nordic Group (80) Spain (346) Italy (132) China (70) Switzerland (40) France (424) Egypt (38) India (121) Japan (47) GC networks GC networks with a governance model GC participants but no network Philippines (143) Panama (88) Peru (66) Bulgaria (73) Turkey (73) Sri Lanka (44) Mexico (195) Lithuania (39) Germany (82) Smaller Networks: Austria Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Chile Cameroon Dominican Republic Ghana Hungary Indonesia Kazakhstan Kenya Macedonia Mozambique Netherlands Nigeria Poland Romania Singapore South Africa South Korea Thailand Ukraine Venezuela Zambia GC networks < 35 participants Colombia (60) Pakistan (61)

10 10 The Principles for Responsible Investment Developed by global institutions (public pensions) Address investment mandates, ownership Launch: 27 April, New York Stock Exchange Global rollout: public and private funds

11 11 Who Cares Wins - Principles for Responsible Investment Better investment markets and more sustainable societies US $5 Trillion aligned with PRI as of June 2006 New York Stock Exchange April 27th, 2006

12 12 The Global Compact - Benefits of Participation Promote corporate citizenship - Strengthening the investment climate…… Multi-stakeholder dialogue and problem-solving Addressing issues before crisis - e.g. Anti -corruption, environmental care Improved risk profile - legal liabilities Role of the private sector is central to national development and poverty alleviation - contribution to economic growth, job creation and income generation in Cameroon. Restore trust - corporate reputation - Trust-building in the emerging economies including Brazil Strengthening of Public - Private sector partnership ( infrastructure projects ) Make societies and markets more sustainable and equitable

13 13 Global Compact & ISO Nexus of Objectives & Visions Global Compact: Make the 10 principles part of business strategy, operations and culture everywhere. Facilitate partnerships toward UN goals – MDGs. Vision: Sustainable and inclusive global economy ISO 26000: The significance of good corporate governance - Johannesburg Plan of Implementation. Encouraging multi-stakeholder approaches including the private sector to improve social and environmental performance through voluntary initiatives. Vision: SR is essential to the sustainability of an Organization (1992 Rio Declaration & WSSD2002)

14 14 The Global Compact & ISO Global Compact - A voluntary SR initiative - 10 universal principles: Human Rights Labour Conditions Environment Anti-Corruption ISO Intern. Guidance Standard on SR - No third-party certification - Not a management system - To be applied by all types of organizations - Target date: 2008 publication

15 15 ISO Industry - Government - Consumer - Labour - NGO - Services, Research etc Global Compact & ISO Multi-Stakeholder: Power of Collective Action Organizations Labour Governments Civil Society Global Compact

16 16 Challenges of Implementation of International SR ISO If the international standard on SR is to become a truly global force (there is a need to rationalize and align ISO with robust and universally recognized Declarations/Conventions, inter-alia, human rights, labour rights, environmental protection, and anti-corruption). A defensive approach if the SR practices are not tailored national economic social structures (No imposition through international supply chain & investment). If the current multi-stakeholders approach failed to yield consensus (Government etc.) - social legitimacy.

17 17 Perspective on implementation ISO Strengthen capacity building process in emerging markets/developing societies. Enhance organizations contributions towards socio-economic development. Manage globalizations new risks/opportunities- inclusive opportunity for organizations and other stakeholders located in developing countries Southern stakeholders are now participating in ISO Process in order to embrace the SR agenda - North vs South issues Enhancement of national competitiveness by stimulating SR performance Make societies and markets more sustainable and equitable (PPP).


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