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Millennium bcp at the United Nations Global Compact ...

Millennium bcp at the United Nations Global Compact ... 

Millennium bcp, following its adherence to the United Nations Global Compact in 2005, renewed its commitment to its 10 Principles through the annual COP - Communication on Progress - at the most demanding level (GC Advanced).

The United Nations Global Compact represents the world's largest voluntary organization in the field of Sustainability. The initiative, launched in 2000 in New York with more than 12,000 signatories and presence in 170 countries, serves as a leading platform in the development, implementation and publication of Sustainability policies and practices.

Created with the aim of providing a basis for corporate involvement in supporting and promoting a set of benchmarks - 10 Global Compact Principles - in the areas of human rights, labour standards, environment and anti-corruption, it is now an unavoidable commitment.

The principles in question are:

  • Human rights

    Principle 1 - Supporting and respecting the protection of human rights
    Principle 2 - Ensure that Human Rights are not violated
  • Labour Standards

    Principle 3 - Defend freedom of association and recognize the right to collective bargaining
    Principle 4 - Eliminate all forms of forced and compulsory labour
    Principle 5 - Abolish child labour
    Principle 6 - Eliminate discrimination at work
  • Environment

    Principle 7 - Supporting a precautionary approach to environmental challenges
    Principle 8 - Promote initiatives that encourage greater environmental responsibility
    Principle 9 - Encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies
  • Anti-corruption

    Principle 10 - Combating all forms of corruption, including extortion and bribery

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