Business for Peace “B4P”
Enabling a transformative role for business in peace
Regional Review Conference on the Geneva Dec...
Global Compact Vision and Objectives
The UN and Business: A New Era of Partnership
Business
Profit
Growth
UN & UN MS
Peace...
Business for Peace
17 UNGC Local
Networks, including the
Regional Centre for the
Support of the Global
Compact in Latin
Am...
Business for Peace Resources
Conflict-sensitivity & Local Community Engagement
Inter-religious and Inter-cultural Understanding: a place for
shared purpose
Capacity Building, Training, Job Creation
Contributing to Address Humanitarian Crises and Disaster
Relief
Building the future through reintegration
Transparency and public policy engagement
Thank you!
Adrienne Gardaz
Policy Adviser and Programme Manager
Business for Peace
gardaz@un.org
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"Engaging the private sector for armed violence reduction and prevention (AVRP) and development"
Regional Review Conference on the Geneva Declaration on Armed Violence and Development
Geneva, Switzerland | 8-9 July 2014

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Adrienne Gardaz, Business for Peace, UN Global Compact

  1. 1. Business for Peace “B4P” Enabling a transformative role for business in peace Regional Review Conference on the Geneva Declaration 9 July 2014
  2. 2. Global Compact Vision and Objectives The UN and Business: A New Era of Partnership Business Profit Growth UN & UN MS Peace Sustainable Development Human Rights Good Governance Jobs Food Education Health Climate Water Peace Shared interest
  3. 3. Business for Peace 17 UNGC Local Networks, including the Regional Centre for the Support of the Global Compact in Latin America and the Caribbean 103 B4P corporate participants from over 15 sectors Large MNCs and local small and medium companies
  4. 4. Business for Peace Resources
  5. 5. Conflict-sensitivity & Local Community Engagement
  6. 6. Inter-religious and Inter-cultural Understanding: a place for shared purpose
  7. 7. Capacity Building, Training, Job Creation
  8. 8. Contributing to Address Humanitarian Crises and Disaster Relief
  9. 9. Building the future through reintegration
  10. 10. Transparency and public policy engagement
  11. 11. Thank you! Adrienne Gardaz Policy Adviser and Programme Manager Business for Peace gardaz@un.org

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