Corporate Governance

Businesses must take the lead in renewing global cooperation. Here's how

The 75th anniversary of the UN reminds us that cooperation between all sectors remains vital Image: REUTERS/Herwig Prammer

Christina Koulias

Senior Manager, Global Governance, The United Nations Global Compact

Pedro Gabriel Gomez Pensado

Head, Partnering Against Corruption Initiative, World Economic Forum

Eleanor Dennis

BCL & JD Candidate at Faculty of Law, McGill University


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