May 22, 2019

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Outlook for Public-Private Global Development Initiatives

Organizer: U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center

Date: 04.05.07, 01:00AM – 04.05.07, 01:00AM ET

Location:New York, NY

Sponsor:BCLC

Website: www.uschamber.com/bclc/events/gcc070405.htm

In March 2002, world leaders met in Monterrey, Mexico, for a summit on poverty, sponsored by the United Nations, with a goal to eradicate poverty, achieve sustained economic growth and promote sustainable development as they worked to advance to a fully inclusive and equitable global economic system.

BCLC’s Forum: Expanding on the Monterrey Consensus will present ways in which the private sector can work towards those goals by combining strategies for social development with economic development.

This forum is for business leaders and their partners who are interested in networking, sharing information, learning about new policies, procedures, tools and techniques and advancing the Global Development agenda.

The forum will discuss:

  • Corporate responses to global development issues
  • The implications of the Monterrey Consensus for business in emerging markets
  • New tactics for supporting public-private partnerships in emerging markets and less developed countries

    Speakers include:
  • Nadeem Anwar, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Chevron
  • Oscar R. de Rojas, Director, Financing for Development Office, U.N. Dept. of Economic and Social Affairs
  • Adam Greene, Vice President Corporate Social Responsibility, US Council for International Business
  • Don Pressley, Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Reeta Roy, Vice President, Abbott Laboratories
  • Georg Kell, Director, UN Global Compact

    And many more.

    For more information and to register, visit http://www.uschamber.com/bclc/events/gcc070405.htm

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