Building a D&I Strategy With Integrity at RBUSA
September 17, 2020 /3BL Media/ - Equality issues have reached a tipping point. The internal goals that companies set and communicate on diversity & inclusion must translate into external societal change, that’s the only way business can make an impact when talking about social equity. Companies cannot just have a stance they must now act and there must be change.
At this year’s Responsible Business USA [October 27-28] Reuters Events will deep dive into the role of business in social justice and their license to operate.
Key sessions driving the dialogue:
Social Justice Keynote: Ensuring an Inclusive Recovery
Societal injustices and climate change are intrinsically linked, global warming only increasing inequalities worldwide. We have a generational opportunity to help build a greener and more just economy. To ensure this happens we must not make the mistakes of the past, there cannot be a green divide. Understand how to create an inclusive solution that connects the dots on social and environmental justice
Corporate Activism: Time to Take a Stand
Businesses have been increasingly embracing what is known as brand activism – taking a stand on social, environmental, or political issues. Now is the time for businesses to take the lead on key issues and drive real change within communities and across borders. Hear how to navigate this challenging approach and the benefits of doing so
Diversity & Inclusion Keynote: Building a More Civil and Just Society
Companies need to draw long-term plans for social inclusion and racial equality that go beyond announcements and new initiatives. Businesses must ask themselves tough questions and be open and honest about what they find – only then can we start to deliver real change
View the full agenda here
For more information please contact Ed.Long@thomsonreuters.com