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Corporate Citizenship's February Newsletter
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Gender Diversity in the Workplace


A growing body of research shows that gender diverse companies tend to become more profitable, be more dynamic, and make better decisions. With increasing attention on gender parity from the Sustainable Development Goals and HeForShe initiative as well as growing scrutiny around the gender pay gap, companies are asking us how they can create more inclusive work environments. Register for our upcoming webinar where we will be joined by Vodafone’s Head of Diversity and Inclusion, Karina Govindji, to explore how companies can take action to support gender diversity in the workplace and across their value chains.
 
Tuesday 27th February 2018 | 3pm GMT / 10am EST
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LBG: Helping you find your route to impact


Want to know how your community activities make a difference to society and the business? But struggling to make sense of impact measurement, actually measuring impact or maintaining the buy in within the business to resource impact measurement? Join our webinar to learn about the LBG Framework and how you can use it to find your route to impact. 
Wednesday 14th March 2018 | 2pm GMT / 9am EST


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Share your views on Community Investment – in partnership with the City of London Corporation, Corporate Citizenship is undertaking new research into how businesses can amplify the impact for their community activities. Respondents from Financial and Professional Services will find the research of particular interest. This short survey can be accessed here.


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Getting to grips with climate risk
What do the G20's TCFD recommendations mean for company reporting in the UK?


What do investors want to know from companies about climate change, and how should this be reflected in company reports? This is what the G20’s Financial Stability Board (FSB), chaired by Mark Carney, has set out to establish. The recommendations of the FSB Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) are fast becoming the new standard for corporate reporting. They establish a framework for reporting on both the physical risks of climate change, and the implications of a shift to a low-carbon economy.


This workshop will provide you with an overview of how UK companies can report on climate-related risks and opportunities using the TCFD recommendations, with some practical suggestions for integrating climate and financial information into your annual report.


** Please note places are strictly limited **


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How sustainable is your workplace pension?


Climate change, the low-carbon transition and sustainable development pose some of the greatest challenges of the 21st century. The global transition is well underway and has urgent and wide-ranging implications for companies, policymakers and investors. This requires integrated thinking across the board from corporates - but do workplace pensions schemes and business strategies sufficiently reflect this?
Take part in our short survey

Catch up on our latest blogs and articles


Here are our most recent thought pieces on topical issues:
TCFD and CDP 2018: Are you ready?
Sarah Bonham
Climate vs human rights: why being one of the 'good guys' is not enough
Natalya Lozovaya
Sustainability rankings watch: 2018
Charlie Ashford
How are Singaporean businesses stepping up on the challenge of the SDGs?
Lawrence Ow
Collaborating for the SDGs: why businesses can learn from the fashion industry
Audrey Delaplagne
 
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Conference discount codes 2018


We are delighted to be partnering with a number of conferences and summits throughout 2018, offering our readers great discounts:
Sedex Impact Through Leadership
London, 13-14 March 2018
30% discount with promo code: Sedex17-CC30
Palladium Positive Impact Summit: Reimagine Strategy
London, 14-15 March 2018
15% discount with promo code: CCB15
Ethical Corp Responsible Business Summit Europe
London, 13-14 June 2018
£200 discount with CORPC200
Corporate Citizenship is a management consultancy specialising in sustainability and corporate responsibility. We focus on delivering growth and long-term value for business and society.
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