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UN Secretary-General Appoints Sanda Ojiambo as Next Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact

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UN Secretary-General appoints Sanda Ojiambo as next Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact

Kenyan business leader will take over from Lise Kingo on 17 June 2020 as head of the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative

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UN Secretary-General appoints Sanda Ojiambo as next Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact

Kenyan business leader will take over from Lise Kingo on 17 June 2020 as head of the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative

FedEx in UN Secretary General‘s Report: Improving Global Road Safety

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Published in August, the latest UN Secretary-General‘s report on improving global road safety includes mention of FedEx.

UN Secretary-General and Global CEOs Accelerate Shift to Sustainable Finance

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UN Secretary-General António Guterres: US$3-5 trillion annual investment needed to finance the 2030 Agenda; private finance and investment absolutely essential to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); Finance Summit in New York announced for September 2018

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UN Secretary-General António Guterres: US$3-5 trillion annual investment needed to finance the 2030 Agenda; private finance and investment absolutely essential to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); Finance Summit in New York announced for September 2018

Stressing that Business is “Integral” to UN Agenda, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Points to New Architecture to Scale Up Corporate Action

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New York, September 20, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Over a thousand CEOs and C-suite executives drawn to New York for the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit are expected to endorse an architecture for engagement unveiled by the United Nations Secretary-General this morning.

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that Building the Post-2015 Business Engagement Architecture is designed to “drive and scale up corporate actions to directly advance United Nations goals”.

Top Executives Meet with UN Secretary-General to Mark Successes, Future of Sustainability Leadership Platform

Leading companies seize chance to help structure post-2015 development agenda, launch programme to address role of corporate boards in sustainability
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DAVOS, 25 January 2013, /3BL Media/ – Leading executives met with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today in Davos to mark the close of the pilot phase of Global Compact LEAD and a new beginning for the sustainability leadership platform. The meeting provided an historic opportunity to help place corporate sustainability and private sector-led solutions at the center of a new global development architecture as targets of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) expire in 2015.

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