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UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS. LOCAL OUTLOOK AND CORPORATE ACTIONS

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Add to calendar 03-02-2021 10:00 01-01-1970 03:00 Europe/Moscow UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS. LOCAL OUTLOOK AND CORPORATE ACTIONS On February 3, 2021, the multimedia press-center of the international news agency "Russia Segodnya" will host a press briefing to officially launch in Russia and Belarus an international program SDG Ambition initiated by the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) in partnership with SAP, Accenture and 3M global companies and supported by PhosAgro, a Global Compact member with LEAD status.
SDG Ambition is a 6-month training accelerator program for companies that have responded to the UN call for more visible and faster business progress towards the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and are interested in gaining new competencies and knowledge that are necessary for transforming business strategies and practices for the SDGs, for broader understanding of the value of business resilience and factors of its long-term growth, for science-based ambitious targets setting and introducing new corporate governance models synchronized with the 2030 Agenda.

The Program is focused on the effectiveness of corporate actions, it takes into account local perspectives in the global context of the SDGs and provides for a series of webinars, lectures, local expert sessions, work on the SDG Ambition online platform, public events and discussions, including within international platforms of the UNGC in 2021. The Program also revolves around specific research, publications and guides offered by the UNGC as recommendations, as well as SDG business benchmarks - sets of measurable criteria and standards designed to meet today's reporting requirements that are applicable to all industries and can be adjusted for any company.

Globally, the program was announced by UN Secretary General António Guterres in January 2020 at the World Economic Forum in Davos: SDG Ambition - Scaling Business Impact for the Decade of Action. In June 2020, at the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit, heads of the UN Global Compact and Accenture presented a set of 10 SD
G Business Benchmarks and announced a consultation period, the outcomes of which were considered and presented in a special publication. In September, SDG Ambition guides were presented in partnership with Accenture and SAP within the historic 75th anniversary session of the UN General Assembly and the UN Global Compact side events.

The Global Compact Network Russia is joining the Program together with the Global Compact Network Belarus, thus implementing a "Russia + Belarus" track, which brought together 29 participants from Russia and 11 participants from Belarus, representing the communities of national economies leaders.

See live broadcast on the press center website.


SPEAKERS:

In studio
1. Taras Pronin, Head of ECOSOC and UN Regional Commissions Section, Department of International Organizations, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia
2. Vladimir Kuznetsov, Chairman of the UN Country Team in Russia, Director of the UN Information Center in Moscow
3. Natalia Stapran, Director, Department for Multilateral Economic Cooperation and Special Projects, the Ministry of Economic Development of Russia
4. Andrei Skorochkin, Managing Director, Accenture Strategy Lead, Russia
5. Andrey Guryev, CEO of PhosAgro – a Global Compact member with LEAD status
6. Marina Vashukova, Executive Director of the Association “National Network of the Global Compact” (moderator)

Online
7. Joanna Kazana-Wisniowiecki, United Nations Resident Coordinator in Belarus
8. Martin Rich, Co-Founder, Executive Director, Future-Fit Foundation (Great Britain)
9. Antonio Hautle, Executive Director, Global Compact Network Switzerland
10. Pettiina Niiranen, Director, Global Compact Network Finland
11. Tamanna Girdhar, Head, Global Compact Network India
12. Maxim Podberezkin, Executive Director, Global Compact Network Belarus
 
SDG Ambition participating companies (Russia + Belarus track):

BELARUS
1.    OAO ASB Belarusbank
2.    OAO BSW - Management Company of BMC Holding
3.    ZAO BSB Bank
4.    IBA Group, group of companies
5.    ZAO Qulix Systems 
6.    SOOO Mobile TeleSystems
7.    ZAO MTBank
8.    ProLiv, group of companies 
9.    OOO SoftTeco
10. IOOO Epam Systems 
11. OOO Ermita

RUSSIA
1. ACIG Group of Companies
2. OOO BMG
3. VEB.RF, State Development Corporation 
4. PAO LSR Group
5. OOO X5 Retail Group
6. Inter RAO Group
7. OOO Metalloinvest Management Company
8. PAO NLMK
9. PAO “Mining and Metallurgical Company "Norilsk Nickel”
10. Petropavlovsk PLC
11. Pik Group
12. PAO Polyus
13. OOO Remmontazh
14. Rosatom State Corporation
15. Rosneft Oil Company
16. RUSS-INVEST Investment Company
17. Certification Association Russian Register
18. Sakhalin Energy Investment Company
19. Sveza Company
20. PAO Severstal
21. PAO Sistema Financial Corporation
22. OOO Smart Engines Service
23. PAO Sovcombank
24. PAO TATNEFT
25. Association of donor organizations “Donors Forum”
26. PAO PhosAgro
27. OOO Center of Corporate Medicine
28. MKPAO EN+GROUP
29. ETALON Association 

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