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L’Oréal recognised by the Global Compact, signs Statement from Business Leaders for Renewed Global Cooperation

On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and the 20th anniversary of UN Global Compact, Jean-Paul Agon expresses L'Oréal's support for the UN and for inclusive multilateralism by signing the Statement from Business Leaders for Renewed Global Cooperation.
The Statement is a resounding endorsement of inclusive multilateralism. In no uncertain terms, it says that cooperation must cross borders, sectors and generations for us to adapt to changing circumstances,” said Sanda Ojiambo, CEO and Executive Director of the UN Global Compact.
The CEO Statement namely supports the objectives of Sustainable Development Goal 16: to promote Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions. L’Oréal is proud to be a co-sponsor of this Action Platform, working alongside other highly engaged companies to develop a framework for businesses to understand, implement and report on Goal 16 through corporate and global governance.

2020 UN Global Compact LEAD Participant

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L’Oréal is also honoured to be recognised again this year as a UN Global Compact LEAD participant for its ongoing commitment to the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative. L’Oréal has been a member of UN Global Compact since 2003 and was first recognised as a LEAD company in 2015.

L’Oréal SVP & Chief Ethics Officer Emmanuel Lulin says: “Now more than ever, being recognised as a Global Compact LEAD company is a great source of pride and a motivation to take further action toward the UN Ten Principles and the SDGs.

At L’Oréal, we currently contribute to 16 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals adopted by all 193 United Nations member states in 2015. These goals address the world’s major environmental and social challenges to end extreme poverty and hunger, fight inequality and injustice, and tackle climate change by 2030.


To learn about on how we implement the UN Ten Principles and work toward the SDGs, please read our UN Global Compact Communication on Progress (COP).
To learn more about our sustainability commitments for 2030, check out L’Oréal for the Future brochure.

 

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