Issue 131 - 03 | Local Networks, Global Change: Working Locally through the UN Global Compact

By Mark Moody-Stuart
Published July 8, 2015 10:00 a.m.
“The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) is the world’s largest corporate responsibility movement with some 8,000 businesses employing over 50 million people in around 150 countries. […] Encouraging as it is, 8,000 companies represents only about ten percent of truly international companies in the world and only a tiny fraction of the small and medium enterprises which provide most employment. If we are to achieve real change we need to engage a much wider range of companies.”

About Mark Moody-Stuart | Sir Mark Moody-Stuart served as Managing Director of Royal Dutch Shell plc from 1991–2001 and as Non-Executive Chairman of Anglo American plc from 2002–2009. He has been Lead Director of Accenture plc since November 2002 and a Director of Saudi Arabian Oil Company since August 2007. Sir Mark serves as Vice Chairman of the UN Global Compact, and Chairman of the Global Compact Foundation and the Innovative Vector Control Consortium.

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