General Assembly of the Georgian Network of the UN Global Compact

28.07.2022 1 Min Read
General Assembly of the Georgian Network of the UN Global Compact

On July 27, the General Assembly of the Georgian Network of the UN Global Compact was held, which was also attended by a representative of ACT as a member organization of the network.

At the event, the network summed up the results of last year's work and presented plans for the future to the interested public. Representatives of 140 companies and organizations included in the network took part in the general meeting.

Over the past year, the Global Compact network in Georgia has grown significantly, reaching 140 members. The 10 principles of the UN Global Compact cover issues such as human rights, labor rights, environmental protection and the fight against corruption. Around the world, there are more than 20,000 companies from 161 countries that have signed the principles of the UN Global Compact, which the organization helps to successfully implement international standards.

The UN Global Compact is the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative, helping to create a sustainable and inclusive global economy for people, societies and markets.

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The purpose of Skills Week is to have a discussion with stakeholders in the system and reach consensus on policy priorities, as well as to inform a wide audience about a new stage in the development and reform of the skills ecosystem.

Skills Week is organized by the Skills Agency with the support of the United Nations Development Program and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and will run until July 22.


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