“ The Global Compact asks companies to embrace universal principles and to partner with the United Nations. It has grown to become a critical platform for the UN to engage effectively with enlightened global business.”

– UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon

United Nations Global Compact

The UN Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. By doing so, business, as a primary driver of globalization, can help ensure that markets, commerce, technology and finance advance in ways that benefit economies and societies everywhere.

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The Global Compact Management Model

“The UN Global Compact Management Model” guides companies through the process of formally committing to, assesing, defining, implementing, measuring, and communicating a corporate sustainability strategy based on the Global Compact and its principles. It is a simple, yet broad and flexible, model to guide companies of all sizes through the process of organizational change to embrace corporate sustainablity. Produced in collaboration with Deloite and a range of corporate sustainability and management experts, the model is particularly helpful for those just entering the sustainability realm, but also offers guidance on Leadership Practices for more experienced companies.

The Global Compact Management Model

Visit: UN Global Compact

Indonesia Global Compact Network

Indonesia Global Compact Network (IGCN) was launched on April 8, 2006 in Jakarta during the UNESCAP Conference. Twenty-two companies and organizations made a mutual commitment and signed the pledge to support, and implement the United Nations Global Compact Principles.

Vision

To be a respectable agent of change in accelerating country transformation towards the achievement of human rights, competitive labor, sustainable environment, and ethical business practices.

Mission

To promote, facilitate and implement the UN Global Compact principles in Indonesia Benefit

  • Integration of Environmental, Social and Government
  • Gaining Trust for Companies
  • Universal principles
  • Expand the Network of Organizations
  • Related to Humanity

Board of Founder

  • Dr.(HC) Martha Tilaar (Martha Tilaar Group)
  • Y.W. Junardy (PT. Rajawali Corpora)
  • Sancoyo Antarikso (PT. Unilever Indonesia)
  • Suhendra Wiriadinata (Asia Pulp & Paper Group)
  • Rocky Joseph Pesik (PT Caraka Yasa)

Board of Patron

Prof. Dr. Emil Salim (Dewan Penasihat Presiden)

Board of Supervisors

  • Erna Witoelar
  • Joe Kamdani (Datascrip)
  • Fachry Mohammad (PT Radio Smart Media Utama/Smart FM)
  • Anies Baswedan, Ph.D (Universitas Paramadina)

Board of Management

President : Y.W. Junardy (PT Rajawali Corpora)
Secretary General : Sinta Kaniawati (Unilever Indonesia, Tbk.)
Treasurer : Nugroho Setiadharma (PT. Supra Boga Lestari, Tbk.)
VP Program : Nuning S. Barwa (Martha Tilaar Group)
Committee Members : Bobby D.A. Joris (Green Eagle Group)
    Heru D. Wardhana (Martha Tilaar Group)
    Wilson Siahaan
    Timotheus Lesmana
VP Organization : Irawan D. Kadarman (Asia Pulp and Paper Group)
Committee Members : Josephine Satyono
    Ita S. Mucharam
    Ita S. Mucharam
VP Communication : Hendra Warsita (MarkPlus, Inc)
Committee Members : David Manalu (PPM Manajemen)
    M. Ario Adimas
VP Learning : Yanti Tirwadiantini (Indonesia Business Links)
Committee Members : Lisa Luhur (Media Group)
    Maya Tanama (PT. ExecuTrain Nusantarajaya)
Legal Advisory : Susi Aliani Sulaiman (HSPpartners)

Executive

Executive Director : Budi Hartono
Program Manager : Satrio Anindito
Program Officer : Sri Rizki Kesuma
Administration Officer : Karmila Wati

Working Group

Indonesia Water Mandate Working Group
Chairman : Librian Angraeni (Asia Pulp & Paper Group)

Business Ethics and Anti Corruption Working
Chairman : Wijayanto Samirin MPP. (Universitas Paramadina)

How to Participate?

It is open for private companies, education institutions, company associations, districts/municipalities, civil organizations, labor unions, NGO.

Submit a Pledge Letter of Commitment signed by the Chief Executive Officer or Top Organization Head to United Nation Secretary General (please contact igcn@indonesiagcn.org for template) stating a commitment to:


The website for online registration: Business: Click Here and Non-business: Click Here

Communication on Progress

COP is an annual disclosure through which a business informs stakeholders about its efforts in implementing the UNGC and its principles. As a public disclosure, the COP is an important demonstration of a business participant’s commitment to transparancy and accountability.

Minimun Requirements

  • Statement of Continued Support
  • Description of Practical Actions
  • Measurement of Outcomes

Members

Indonesia Global Compact Network has 117 Signatories comprised of major companies in the country including multi-national corporations, SME, universities and Civil Society Organizations.

001 Alleira Batik
002 Alliance Generation Router of Nation (AGPB)
003 Anaya Ltd.
004 Asia Marketing Federation (AMF)
005 Assic Creative Management
006 Bakrie University
007 Bhayangkara Universitas Surabaya
008 Bhumiksara Foundation
009 Bina Darma University
010 Bina Nusantara University
011 Bina Swadaya Foundation
012 Build Change Indonesia
013 Cahaya Manunggal Sentosa, Co.
014 Center for Communication Programs of Johns Hopkins University (CCP) Indonesia
015 Center for Entrepreneurship, Change, and Third Sector (CECT) - Trisakti University
016 Center Study for Human Rights - State University of Medan (Pusham Unimed)
017 Central Java Province Chamber of Commerce
018 Christian Children's Fund Indonesia Office
019 Cihampelas Hotel 2
020 CISV Indonesia
021 CV. Damar Adji
022 De La Salle Catholic University of Manado
023 Dunamis Organization Services
024 Eka Tjipta Foundation
025 El John Indonesia
026 FANTASTIC Training and Education Centre
027 Fortune PR
028 Gerakan Peduli Disabilitas dan Lepra Indonesia (Indonesia Leprosy and Disability Care Movement)
029 Gugah Nurani Indonesia (Good Neighbors Indonesia)
030 Habitat for Humanity Indonesia
031 High Desert International Foundation
032 HSPpartners
033 Indonesia Business Links (IBL)
034 INDONESIA DEMOCRACY WATCH (IDW)
035 Indonesia Marketing Association (IMA)
036 Indonesia Young Entrepreneurs Association Bandung City
037 Indonesian Association of Advertising Agencies
038 Indonesian Bonsai Society
039 Indonesian Suiseki Association
040 Kadin Jawa Barat
041 Kaminari Production
042 LSM Mitra Juang Pancasila
043 MarkPlus, Inc
044 Matoa Albarits
045 Media Group
046 Mentor Microbank Foundation
047 Novama Jaya
048 Palembang School of Life
049 Pondok Pesantren Langitan
050 PPM Manajemen
051 President University
052 PT Bank Negara Indonesia, Tbk
053 PT Bening Konsultan Indonesia
054 PT Cedefindo
055 PT Citra Bahari Nusindo
056 PT Indosat Tbk
057 PT Insera Sena
058 PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC)
059 PT Manggala Gelora Perkasa
060 PT Multi Utama Consultindo
061 PT Pavillion Capital
062 PT Rajawali Corpora
063 PT Sinar Mas Agro Resources and Technology Tbk.
064 PT Supra Boga Lestari
065 PT Trakindo Utama
066 PT. Alita Praya Mitra
067 PT. Datascrip
068 PT. Dwipa Java Spices
069 PT. Ekamas Fortuna
070 PT. Executrain Nusantarajaya
071 PT. Express Transindo Utama
072 PT. Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper, Tbk.
073 PT. Karisman Primalulang (The inQuest Consulting)
074 PT. Komunikasi Kinerja
075 PT. Lontar Papyrus Pulp & Paper Industry
076 PT. Martina Berto Tbk, Martha Tilaar Group
077 PT. Microsoft Indonesia
078 PT. NEC Indonesia
079 PT. Nestle indonesia
080 PT. Pabrik Kertas Tjiwi Kimia, Tbk
081 PT. Pangansari Utama
082 PT. Pindo Deli Pulp And Paper Mills
083 PT. Radio Smart Media Utama
084 PT. Singaland Asetama (SGA)
085 PT. Tandan Sawita Papua (TSP)
086 PT. Trans Javagas Pipeline
087 PT. Unilever Indonesia Tbk.
088 PT. XL AXIATA, Tbk
089 Pusat Pelayanan Terpadu Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Anak Provinsi Banten
090 Rimueng Aceh Organization
091 School of Management LABORA
092 Sekolah Berpikir Positif Idaman - SBPI
093 Sekolah Berwawasan International MADANIA
094 Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology - ITS
095 Setara Foundation
096 Soegijapranata Catholic University
097 State Polytechnic of Sriwijaya
098 STIMA IMMI Jakarta
099 Strategic Asia
100 Swa Business Magazine
101 Swisscontact Indonesia
102 Sword-of-Wisdom (SoW, Solusi Pedang Emas)
103 The Indonesian Child Welfare Foundation
104 The Indonesian Food & Beverage Association
105 Universitas Internasional Batam
106 Universitas Islam Negeri - UIN
107 Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya
108 Universitas Ma Chung
109 Universitas Muhammadiyah Palembang
110 Universitas Paramadina
111 Universitas Surabaya
112 Wira Rakema Foundation
113 World Vision Indonesia
114 Yayasan Bintang Langit
115 Yayasan Pendidikan Bakrie
116 Yayasan Pondok Kasih
117 Yayasan Transformasi Lepra Indonesia (YTLI)

The 10 UN Global Compact Principles

Come and Joint with Us

  • IGCN Secretariat
  • d/a Rajawali Foundation, 6th Floor Menara Rajawali
  • Jl. DR. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Lot# 5.1
  • Kawasan Mega Kuningan - Jakarta 12950
  • Phone. (021) 576 1828
  • Fax. (021) 576 1829
  • E-mail: igcn@indonesiagcn.org