Resources for Download
How are Canadian organizations tackling the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals?
The Global Compact Network Canada is pleased to release our third SDG survey results to understand the perspectives of Canadian organizations on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
This e-Guide is designed to equip General Counsel and other in-house lawyers with strategies, guidelines, and tools to help them make a difference and bring positive change to their companies and communities.
To provide readers with the necessary tools for success, the authors of this e-Guide conducted in-depth interviews with experts from around the world!
The following breakout session presentation slides from the Gender Equality Forum 2017.
- Breakout Session #1: Cracking the Ceiling, Raising the Floor: Women in Leadership
- Breakout Session #2: Making Businesses Work for Women – Panel by IDRC
- Breakout Session #4: Demystifying Gender Quotas
How are organizations tackling the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals?
The GCNC surveyed different organizations across 36 industries to gauge the awareness of the global goals, which goals Canadian companies are prioritizing, and how they are reacting.
All companies, large and small, are vulnerable to corruption, and the potential costs when they fail to combat corruption effectively in all its forms are considerable. The rapid development of rules of corporate governance in Canada and around the world is prompting companies to incorporate anti-corruption measures as part of their efforts to promote corporate sustainability, mitigate reputational risks, and protect the interests of their stakeholders.
Brief for Participants for the National Roundtable on the Role of the Private Sector in meeting the Sustainable Development Goals
Presentation of the Sustainable Development Goals Survey Results conducted in 2016 by Global Compact Network Canada
This report looks at the ways in which companies can embed the United Nations Global Compact 10 Principles into their supply and value chain management structures by establishing internal buy-in and engagement programs.
This guidance document can be used by both extractive and non-extractive companies to fully understand the UN Voluntary Principles framework’s KPIs and the audit protocol. This resource can also guide companies to measure, improve, and create greater stakeholder confidence in their security and human rights programs.