“ISO will support this relevant Index”
Rob Steele, Davos Jan 2015
Secretary General International Organization for Standardization

CSR Index 2015

When the Global Compact was launched in Davos in 1999, it ushered in a new era in corporate social responsibility. Since then, much has been achieved in integrating internationally-agreed norms and values in business, and relations between the United Nations and the private sector have been recalibrated. We are now again at a cross-roads where we need to reassess and strengthen the tools at hand so that we together can build a truly inclusive global economy - an economy that delivers lasting benefits to people, communities and markets.

Throughout 2015, the international community will define far-reaching policy agendas for sustainable development, with the Sustainable Development Goals and a new climate change agreement at the core. Effective implementation of this shared vision of transformative, inclusive development will to a large extent depend on a responsive private sector that fully embraces sustainability as the bedrock of business practices, reporting and auditing.

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