Corporate Accountability International Organizer Discusses U.N. Global Compact In DW Interview

Deutsche Welle: U.N. Global Compact: Is big business saving the world?
“More than 9,000 companies from all over the world have joined the U.N. Global Compact (UNGC), an initiative to drive forward the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals. … The UNGC also has many outspoken critics, who are skeptical of the U.N. cozying up to private corporations. As top business leaders are meeting in New York for the UNGC Leaders Summit, DW spoke to Cloe Franko, a senior organizer at Corporate Accountability International, a non-profit organization fighting to stop corporate abuse…” (Rohwer-Kahlmann, 9/21).

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