IGCN Sustainability Change Maker Award

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 7th of October 2022 and let's Together, Make the Impossible, Possible


G20 EMPOWER is one of the initiatives within the G20 presidency that brings together an alliance of private sector and government leaders to jointly advocate and support the advancement of women in leadership positions in the private and public sectors.

JOB OPPORTUNITY Program Manager – Communication & Government Relations (PMCGR)

Join our team as a Program Manager – Communication & Government Relations (PMCGR) Closing Date: 18 July 2022

Indonesia Water Mandate Working Group (IWMWG) Reinstatement Meeting

The working group is reinstated with a new structure and programmes to emphasize learning and impact, and enhance partnership among its participants and wider stakeholders.

The UBM Studium Generale Series 005 “Global Sustainability and International Business”

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

Sharing Session at Sekolah Pilar Indonesia

Sekolah Pilar Indonesia was having IGCN’s Executive Director, Ms. Josephine Satyono to share and discuss with the students about the history and journey of SDGs

IGCN part of UN ECOSOC Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Group 2022

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.

Private Sector Leaders Forum 2022 DRR Action and Collaboration for Social and Economic Resilience

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.