In a year that put to the test ICC’s ability to mobilise business behind global challenges, our pioneering spirit shone through to ensure our global institution lived up to its reputation as the trusted voice of business on issues facing people and planet.
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Over 150 senior executives from multinational corporations, financial institutions, and institutional investors joined Indonesia’s Tri Hita Karana Forum Partners Dialogue to discover the opportunities created by Indonesia’s Omnibus Law on Job Creation.
ICC, ITUC and Global Citizen urge G20 governments to take necessary steps to avoid a ‘lost decade’ of sustainable development.
ICC has joined forces with the Ministry of Business Development of Ghana, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Business for Peace Foundation to bolster the recovery and future resilience of businesses in the country in pursuit of Sustainable Development Goals.
ICC, UNDP and UN Global Compact join forces with DHL, Microsoft and PwC to help communities recover better from the pandemic.
ICC addresses Finance Minister’s meeting calling for cooperation on debt, financing and vaccine access
ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO today addressed a meeting of Finance Ministers, convened by the United Nations Deputy Secretary-General and the Finance Ministers of Canada and Jamaica.
ICC joins United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to launch the Roadmap for Digital Cooperation.
ICC Chair Paul Polman addressed a high-level United Nations event on financing for development today, underscoring the business imperative to ensure universal access to COVID-19 supplies and continued fiscal interventions to protect lives and livelihoods.
ICC has today announced its support for a multistakeholder initiative calling on policymakers, regulators and remittance services providers to improve migrants’ access to remittance services and reduce transfer costs during the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
ICC has offset carbon emissions for the first quarter of 2020, backing Gold Standard projects to reduce the global institution’s environmental footprint.