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United Nations Global Compact

United Nations Global Compact

The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) is a national strategic project for organizations dedicated to aligning their activities and initiatives with 10 widely agreed values in the fields of human rights, labor, the climate and anti-corruption.

Launched in July 2000, the United Nations Global Compact is the UN Secretary-General’s strategic policy and advocacy initiative focusing on the alignment of business operations and strategies with ten universal principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. Most importantly, it motivates companies to integrate the SDGs into their core business strategy and operations. 
 
With over 16,000 corporate participants and other stakeholders from over 160 countries engaged through 69 country networks, it is the world’s largest voluntary corporate sustainability initiative in the world. 

The Global Compact is a practical framework for the development, implementation, and disclosure of sustainability policies and practices.

Endorsed by chief executives who commit to aligning their businesses to sustainability and shared responsibility for achieving a better world.

Our Commitment and Actions

We express our intent to support the Global Compact advancing these principles and will make a clear statement of this commitment to our stakeholders and the general public.

SIM PROGRAMS

Since 2021 Social Impact Movement has been committed to the UN Global Compact corporate responsibility initiative and its principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment, and anti-corruption.

Below is a description on how our programs work, the SDGs directly impacted, and the UN Global Compact Principles addressed.

SDGs Ambassadors

This Program comprehends on identifying, nominating, and working with the Miami individuals that will endorse, represent, and target a specific Sustainable Development Goal.

SDG Business

The SDGs offer a road map for companies to integrate business sustainability strategies & transform business models.

SDG Learning

A compilation of resources for individuals and companies to improve their knowledge curated by our team.

SDGs Voices in Miami

A platform to highlight community leaders and share their social impact stories.

SDGs Ambassadors

A leadership development program that promotes social entrepreneurs, changemakers, global thinkers, and doers committed to educating and demanding a call to action on issues affecting our community through the Sustainable Development Goals framework. They are equipped with curated knowledge and advocacy skills to inform and influence stakeholders, policymakers, and decision-making leaders.

In aligment with the UN Global Compact Principles 2, 4, and 7.

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The SIM SDG Ambassadors for SDG4, SDG5, SDG13, SDG14, and SDG16 have been responsible for driving more then 5.000 community members of their organizations and initiatives envolving Education, Gender, Climate, Ocean and Human Rights. Their constant and dilligent ground work is fundamental to propel the education and the SDG message. The ambassadors are citizens are creating and fomenting the change they want to see in the world through their companies, their activism, and their academic commitments.

SDGs Voices in Miami

In alignment with the UN Global Compact Principles 1, 3 4, 7, 8 and 9.

A podcast providing a platform for youth advocates to express their concerns and share their work. Created by two young social entrepreneurs who are founders of initiatives addressing gender equality and climate education, this program is driven by discussions about social and environmental impact while exposing the correlation with the SDGs. They scout students from Miami high schools, and from US universities to explore their impact on mission-driven initiatives and to ask questions about pressing topics affecting our global society.

Our women-led program is making a difference on the youth community.

First season of Voices in Miami started in 2021 celebrating the 5th Anniversary of the SDGs. During 16 episodes, interviewees from Miami’s high school talked about their changemaker initiatives. Second season started on the 6th Anniversary of the SDGs, and now, from their university campuses, the cohosts canvass their peers, asking hard questions and then convening on a 20-min conversation about their findings every other week.

This program has interviewed 20 changemakers and consulted more than 60 university students.

SDGs Business

In alignment with the UN Global Compact Principles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 10.

Launched in 2020 in alignment with the UN call to unite businesses during the decade of action. Through this program, we convene partnerships that create initiatives for the business community aiming for their full participation in advancing the Sustainable Development Goals in our city.

During 2021-2022 we have partnered with Accountable Impact, a Miami nonprofit organization activating government and local networks demanding accountability on their actions, and Venture Cafe Miami, a hub convening innovators and entrepreneurs, to create the SDG Impact Pledge and the SDG Consortium (starting in 2023).

The SDG Impact Pledge presents the Sustainable Development Goals framework at an introductory level for companies that want to pioneer change and integrate business sustainability strategies into their business model. This initiative is designed as a Community of Practice to share knowledge, learn, innovate, and find solutions to local and regional issues.

We have met with several companies’ leaders, directors, and C-suite executives to expand their sustainability impact.

SDGs Consortium

The SDG Consortium launched on June 2022 as a space for multidisciplinary and multisectoral collaboration. Our areas of work address Policy-Advocacy, Capacity Building, Leadership Development, Solution-Driven Agenda, Equity Lens to Sustainability, and Issue-Based Approach. During 2022 we met with Consortium participants defining leads and co-leads. Consortium stakeholder-discussions meetings starting in Feb 2023.

SDG Carbon Offsetting

The SDG Carbon Offsetting provide solutions to cut carbon emissions. Through a donation model, we present an alternative for lowering individual and single businesses’ carbon footprint. This initiative supports the Sustainable Development Goals related to environmental protection. The world annual average per person carbon emissions are currently estimated to be 6.8 tons. (source: Climate Watch – World Resources Institute)

SDG Learning

In alignment with the UN Global Compact Principles 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, and 9.

Our handpicked curation of free courses, podcasts, articles, blogs, and materials for individuals and companies to improve their knowledge of themes related to the SDGs. Includes the news portal SDGtalks.ai for academic institutions to boost SDG literacy among university students while promoting peer-to-peer digital engagement.

In addition to our ongoing curation, during 2022 we added the SDGtalks.ai, a news portal built to boost education and engagement on SDGs’ themes. Using artificial intelligence as a tool to create a welcoming environment, the portal presents 144 up-to-date news 6 times daily, allocated under the correspondent SDG. Designed to engage students and universities with SDG content through writing and social media replication, the platform attends English and Spanish speakers. Through our SDGtalks.ai alliance we are fomenting SDG engagement at higher education institutions, collaborating and equipping students with content, while facilitating content reading and sharing.

From 2021-2022 our website attracted a total of 7500 visitors, engaging 5600 with our content, and 3800 were from the United States.