During 51 years of work in Indonesia, ethics is one of the PPM Managemen’s characters a well-known institution that plays an active role in the culture of business ethics as the core of the organization. The culture of business ethics in organization is essential in accelerating organizational transformation to create an organization that has competitive, innovative, integrity, and sustainable advantage.
The Sustainable Seafood Alliance Indonesia, co-authored and launches a Bahasa report titled “Supermarket Responsibilities for Supply Chain Worker’s Rights: Continuing Challenges in Seafood Supply Chains and the Case for Stronger Supermarket Action”, advocating improved protection and welfare for the workers who produce our delicious seafood, working on fishing boats, shrimp farms, or processing factories across Indonesia.
Hati Suci Foundation held its annual bazaar this year. In the low-cost market that was held in Rumah Hati Suci on 3 June 2018
Indonesia participated in celebrating International Happiness Day through Happiness Festival, and Happy Brain at Work seminar.
Mr. Bambang Ismawan who founded Bina Swadaya, which through its 15 companies and training arms has helped about one million Indonesian Community Based Organizations, each with membership of 25 people or more, become self-reliant obtained a Gold Award this year.
Taking the global theme of 2018, UNESCO Office Jakarta and Indonesia Global Compact Network (IGCN) jointly organized a half-day seminar to celebrate World Water Day 2018. The event brought together experts, relevant national stakeholders, universities, and development partners, to exchange their views on the “Nature for Water” on 4 April 2018 at Auditorium Yustinus, Atma Jaya Catholic University, Jakarta.
Business & Human Rights have now become focus, concern and commitment for private sector, Government and related stakeholders to implement in daily business operations for sustainable business. To get more companies adopt and implement the (UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs), IGCN conducted Business and Human Rights Training for Managers. This Training was conducted on 28-29 March 2018 at Ashley Hotel, Jakarta and attended by 31 companies with 62 participants in total coming from Medan, Kutai, Surabaya, Bandung and Jakarta.
This Forum served as a Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue medium for networking, knowledge sharing and exchange of experience on business and human rights practices and the implementation of the United Nations Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights.