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Course Title: Sustainability Reporting & Standards

Course Description

Non-financial reporting is a way for an organization to communicate the relationship between its business and sustainability, and in doing so add value to the company, and drive changes and improvements in business practices. Various international reporting standards are accepted and adopted widely by organizations that put sustainability at the centre of their corporate strategies to help organizations of all types and sizes measure their sustainability performance and disclose the results. Other international frameworks approach reporting from different perspectives. This training workshop will scan the horizon of sustainability reporting and assess the pros and cons of different approaches.


  1. Purpose of Sustainability reporting
  2. Other International Reporting frameworks: GRI, ISO26000 Guidance, OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
  3. UN Global Compact and UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights


Upon completion of this training workshop, you will have:

  1. Developed an understanding of the benefits of sustainability reporting.
  2. Explored the alternative approaches to sustainability reporting.
  3. Considered examples from a selection of corporate sustainability reports.
  4. Discussed which areas of sustainability reporting are most relevant to your own organization.
  5. Developed a skeleton plan to create or enhance your organization's approach to reporting on sustainability.

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