From Tuesday, 27 March 2018 14:00 to Tuesday, 27 March 2018 17:00

Location : Asosiasi Pengusaha Indonesia (APINDO), RT.7/RW.4, East Kuningan, South Jakarta City, Jakarta, Indonesia
APINDO Training Centre, Jl HR Rasuna Said, Kuningan – Jakarta

Business & Human Rights have now become focus, concern and commitment for private sectors together with related stakeholders and government to do sustainable business by respecting human rights in daily business operations. The “Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Implementing the United Nations’ Protect, Respect, and Remedy’ Framework (UNGPs)”, was approved by UN on 16 June 2011 and ratified by all countries.

Since then, UN Global Compact has put focus on raising awareness and encouraging implementation of the principles in 161 countries. The guiding principles is in line with the 10 UN Global Compact universal principles covering the areas of human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. Indonesia Global Compact Network (IGCN), a local network of UN Global Compact in Indonesia, has been actively promoting, facilitating, and conducting multi-stakeholders dialogues on UNGPs in cooperation with Ministry of Law and Human Rights, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, OXFAM, INFID, and European Union. IGCN Business and Human Rights Working Group (B&HRWG) was established in order to support the initiatives.

The successful implementation of UNGPs in business will require commitment of Top Management. Compliance process should be ongoing actions in the business operations. It should be embedded into the company policies and business conduct guidelines.

The CEO Breakfast Briefing & Dialogue will be followed by training for Managers on 28-29 March 2018.

The CEO Breakfast is aimed to provide the audience with:

  • Better understanding on UNGPs Framework in business context and its importance for the business growth and sustainability:
    • Ensure social license
    • Corporate reputation
    • Customer loyalty
    • Employees pride & loyalty
    • Investment preference
    • Profit growth
  • Increased commitment to lead and provide necessary resources for the implementation of UNGPs within the company.

The follow-on training will cover in more details the framework including the development of policy commitment, impacts assessment, integration, performance tracking & communication, and grievance mechanisms. This includes case studies and best practice sharing.

This training is provided free of charges – participation is by application only.

Please contact Alysa, 081284848508 or for further information and participation.