UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2022
The Summit is designed as a collective and individual evaluation of the sustainability journey; from addressing global themes and trends, to the resources and tools needed to accelerate progress in your own business, culminating in a celebration and a shared vision of the world we all want. In order to look ahead, we must return to the core of our work, strengthen our public-private partnerships, meet companies where they are on their sustainability journey, providing the tools and resources necessary to create ambitious, measurable goals.
Day One—1 June 2022
- A Global Movement - Where We Are As A World
- The converging crises of climate change, a deadly global pandemic, worsening social and economic inequality, and unchecked corruption, have set the world off track to achieve the SDGs by 2030. Now more than ever, the business community must engage with the UN, Governments and civil society to address these challenges. Only through multi-stakeholder collaboration, innovative thought leadership, transparent reporting on progress and focused data driven initiatives can we get back on track. Day one of the Leaders Summit will focus on a collective evaluation of the sustainability journey; where are we as a world, the progress and challenges that has been made on achieving the SDGs, and the path forward to create the world we all want.
Day Two—2 June 2022
- Where Are You in this journey
- Building on the state of progress delivered on day one, the second day of the Summit will zoom in on where the business attendee is on their sustainability journey. This day will be focused on providing our business stakeholders the tools to mobilize scale and speed on SDGs. General sessions will outline actions needed within their companies to drive impact, scale ambition and measure progress. Attendees will have the opportunity to collaborative in a classroom setting, outlining targets and goals for immediate implementation. The Peer Learning Workshops’ curriculum, based on the existing Peer Learning toolkits, will focus on 4 main work areas; Ten Principles 101 and SME, SDG Integration, Ambitious Goal Setting, Reporting. These two hour repeated sessions will combine panel discussions for leading companies, peer learning, hands on activities such as communications on progress.