While achieving the SDGs requires decisive action by many stakeholders, strong leadership from the business community is becoming increasingly important. At the same time, it is also critical that business leadership extends beyond marketing slogans or corporate responsibility programmes. Rather, it requires that corporations fully integrate the SDGs into core planning and budgeting processes as well as across transnational supply chains. Though there is growing business interest in incorporating the SDGs into internal and supplier operations, knowledge and experiences concerning such integration remains limited.
At this 90-minutes High Level Political Forum (HLPF) Side Event representatives from different organisations will share their experiences on greening operations, promoting social dialogue and decent work programmes, and working to advance sustainable supply chains.
HLPF Outreach-Event Team
|Nobue Amanuma, Research Manager, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies||PDF (1.3MB)|
|Julius Cainglet, Vice President for Research, Advocacy and Partnerships, Federation of Free Workers - IUTC-AP|
|Kentaro ENDO, Chief Strategy Officer, Special Project, Executive Office, Asian Productivity Organization||PDF (318KB)|
|Cristina Martinez, Senior Specialist, Environment and Decent Work, International Labour Organization||PDF (1.9MB)|
|Masaki Wada, Director, Global Alliance for Sustainable Supply Chain.|
Building Multi-stakeholder Coalitions for Environmentally and Socially Responsible Supply Chains: Reflections from an HLPF Side Event
(Guest Article on the IISD SDG Knowledge Hub)