As digital marketing practices have become more prominent, ICC is calling for extended responsibility throughout the advertising ecosystem and has published updated frameworks on food and beverage, alcohol, and environmental marketing communications, providing practical guidance to business and helping to protect consumers from false and misleading claims.
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Business for Peace (BfP) Foundation are currently seeking candidates for the 2019 Oslo Business for Peace Award. The prestigious award recognises exemplary leaders who promote socially responsible and ethical business practices, benefitting both business and society.
Alongside World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations in Buenos Aires this December, the government of Argentina is officially partnering with ICC on the event’s Business Forum—the first ever official business event at a WTO ministerial conference.
Accelerating women’s economic empowerment for the 2030 development agenda: special remarks by John Danilovich
Your Excellencies, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen, The International Chamber of Commerce is honoured to be co-hosting today’s event with UN Women and the Governments of Costa Rica and the United Kingdom. The economic empowerment of women is a cornerstone of the Sustainable Development Goals.
In the run-up to the 2017 High-Level Political Forum (HLPF), the United Nations central platform for reviewing implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, ICC is calling for companies to share examples of what they are doing to support the Sustainable Development Goals – known widely as the “Global Goals”.
ICC Secretary General John Danilovich joins Governing Mayor of Oslo Raymond Johansen in the Norwegian capital today to announce the four winners of the 2017 Business for Peace Awards.
ICC’s new task force on Green Economy, which is under the auspices of the ICC Environment and Energy Commission, has named Martina Bianchini as chairperson.
An International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) statement on lawful intercept published today provides practical recommendations for ensuring that law enforcement has the tools it needs, while also ensuring that those tools are consistent with other important legal obligations related to information security, human rights and privacy, as well as the goals of promoting innovation, competition, economic development and international trade.