January 24th, IGCN and BAPPENAS held a bilateral meeting at BAPPENAS Office, Menteng, Jakarta, to discuss a holistic approach in strengthening governance, increasing public and private sector collaboration, and encouraging collective action to fight against corruption.
IGCN is launching the "IGCN Sustainability Change Makers Award" and is calling on all its members to submit their most Outstanding programs/initiatives related to the Four Pillars of Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact Network. Submit your programs/initiatives by the 31at of December 2022 and let's Together, Make the Impossible, Possible
Indonesia Global Compact Network held the 3rd round of Target Gender Equality (TGE) that focused on the three modules: Setting Targets and Defining Ambition, Strategies for Success, and Measuring and Communicating Progress.
Considering the importance of corruption eradication in natural resources fields as it is aligned with the nation’s welfare, Indonesia Global Compact Network (IGCN) organized a series of Focus Group Discussion to discuss and identify the anti-corruption challenges and the risks with expertise from the private sector and related stakeholders, and to produce a more comprehensive approach and roadmap.
Celebrating 10 years of CRB Principles advocacy in Indonesia, along with global celebration, provided reminders to external stakeholders on how far the businesses have changed and improved child rights but also how challenging and dynamic the progress was. CRBP @10 marked a decade of advocacy, meaning time to do reflection through discussion and simple desk review among BCRWG members and network.
Universitas Bunda Mulia (UBM) held a webinar titled UBM Studium Generale Series 005 “Global Sustainability and International Business”. They aimed to provide knowledge to students and the public about the concept of business continuity
The Partnership Forum engaged countries, the United Nations system, including international financial institutions, as well as international organizations, parliamentarians, local governments, non-governmental organizations, the private sector, civil society, scientists, academia, women, youth and other stakeholders.
Indonesia experiences an increase in the number of disasters every year, including the COVID-19 pandemic which affects society, its social life and economy, including the private sector, and put them under constant threat. To survive, it is essential that they can build resilience by implementing Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) efforts.
Themed “Building back better from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) while advancing the full implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”, The ECOSOC Partnership Forum aimed to provide early inputs and feedback to the work of the ECOSOC.
Indonesia Global Compact Network (IGCN) together with the UN Global Compact Local Networks of Mauritius & Indian Ocean Region, Mexico, Portugal and as well as Switzerland & Liechtenstein have launched a webinar series focused on climate change and limit carbon emissions with the aim to make the tourism sector a driving force for sustainable and responsible business by 2025.
A one-day forum that will bring together local and global leaders from business, civil society, Government, Global Compact Local Networks and the United Nations to inform, inspire and catalyze local and regional solutions for advancing policies that not only drive economic growth but accelerate progress towards the objectives of Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement in the ASEAN region.