econsense Study Results on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
The survey shows that 72 percent of German businesses stakeholders see the SDGs as relevant for their company. Further results include interesting insights to sector specific priorization of the SDGs. The study concludes with ways to achieve the goals in cooperation with politics and civil society. The survey has been conducted between May and June 2016 in cooperation with German Global Compact Network (DGCN) and Fountain Park.
econsense Training Video: Human Rights in the Supply Chain
Our training module aims to provide you with legal and normative requirements in the context of respecting human rights in the supply chain and provides an easy entry for purchasing organizations in the topic. Video and handbook are available in English, German, Spanish and Chinese.
Event: Berlin Forum on 07 November 2016
On November 7 econsense – Forum Sustainable Development of German Business and the German Global Compact Network invited renowned speakers from business, policy, society and science and over 400 guest to discuss a solution oriented approach towards the implementation of the SDGs and the review of the German Sustainability Strategy.
#Nauen16 - econsense launches social media series on SDGs
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will impact decisively on the sustainability debate at an international and national level – most notably they will drive the global modernization agenda forward. Accordingly, these global goals are the focus of this year's work at econsense. In the upcoming 3 weeks we will be introducing one goal every day on Facebook and Twitter and present practices from our member companies.
The SDGs are also the main topic of our conference Nauener Gespräche on June 6 and 7, 2016. Further information and registration: http://econsense.de/impulse2016. Follow the event on Twitter: #Nauen16.
Blueprint For Embedding Human Rights in Key Company Functions
econsense and CSR-Europe published a blueprint on corporate implementation of human rights. The purpose of the blueprint is to provide practical support to CSR/Sustainability managers in driving the effort of embedding human rights across the organisation. It also aims at Human Resource, Purchasing and Risk/Legal managers, clarifying their roles and responsibilities when contributing to the embedding efforts. econsense member Deutsche Telekom contributed a best practice example to the publication. econsense is member of the European Hub on Business & Human Rights of CSR Europe.