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Business Leadership for Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions - UN SDG Media Zone, Davos, Switzerland (21-23 January 2020)
21 Jan 2020 -  Milton Cheng Global Chair, Baker McKenzie; Laurent Freixe Chief Executive Officer, Zone Americas, Nestle and Judit Arenas Senior Director, APCO Worldwide.

1) How do you see the themes of peace, justice, and strong institutions intersecting with your work, both within your company/firm and in partnership?
2) Where do you see the main opportunities for businesses to take action in advancing Goal 16 – as a complement to, not substitute for, Government action?
3) UN Global Compact’s recent CEO study found that 76% of CEOs say citizen trust will be critical to their businesses in the next five years, and almost half say it is fueling their enhanced sustainability efforts. Do you think that the values of ethics, integrity, and trust are placed to serve as essential drivers to realizing Goal 16? If so, how?
4) How do we articulate and galvanize support for business leadership on Goal 16?
The UN SDG Media Zone convenes Government leaders, CEOs, UN heads, activists, influencers and entrepreneurs for short panel discussions on topics related to the Sustainable Development Goals.
To mark its 20th anniversary, the UN Global Compact in partnership with the UN Department of Global Communications, is bringing the SDG Media Zone to Davos for the first time during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting. Topics discussed include principled business, climate action, gender equality, sustainable finance, global health, employee purpose and many more issues directly related to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which was unanimously agreed by 193 UN member states in September 2015.