On Friday, April 24th, in the context of the 11th Anniversary celebration of the Argentine Network for the Global Compact of United Nations, which took place in Rosario (Santa Fe), the Technological, Business and Social Innovation Center (CITES) was presented as one of the joining of this year.
Furthermore, in this meeting, took place the assumption of Néstor Abatidaga, CEO of Grupo Sancor Seguros, and President of CITES, as representative of the Argentine Network, who said that “this is a key year in which the Objectives for Sustainable Development are launched, and that will also be one of the central idea of our behavior, together with the consolidation of our commitment with Human Rights, the Rights of our Workers, the care and protection of the environment and with the fight against Corruption”.
Nicolás Tognalli, Manager of CITES, was present in the meeting, and together with other managing agents, they also accepted the commitment of working in the implementation of actions that respect the 10 Principles of the Compact not only within the Center but also in the companies working in their facilities.
About the Global Compact:
The Global Compact is a volunteer initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in four areas: human rights, labour standards, environment and anti-corruption. Considering its participants, 12,000 in more than 145 countries, the Global Compact is the largest corporate responsibility initiative in the world.