sally_small Sally Fegan-Wyles, UN Assistant Secretary-General, Acting Head Executive Director, UNITAR“Antwerp-ITCCO has the ambition to become one of the benchmarks in action learning in Europe: high-level, innovative, interdisciplinary, multi-actor and practical learning and training methods to create awareness and to support the implementation of the U.N. development goals. ITCCO aims to build capacity in the field of sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, business ethics, accountability and transparency. UNITAR salutes the efforts of the leaders of Antwerp and all other stakeholders involved to bring to fruition this remarkable vision.”


Sustainable, Responsible and Impact Investing


On Friday October 17th, Antwerp-ITCCO had the pleasure of organising the first Action Learning Seminar on Sustainable, Responsible and Impact Investing in cooperation with Argenta Bank- en Verzekeringsgroep as part of their “sustainable week”.

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ILO Brussels - newsletter September

ILO ILO Office for the European Union and the Benelux countries – Newsletter September 2014: ILO-Brussels at “Sustainable fashion action learning” day in Antwerp.

Peter Wollaert on sustainability

raak_0914 The latest edition of Raak, the monthly magazine (in Dutch) of KWB, deals with sustainability.  Peter Wollaert, General Manager of Antwerp-ITCCO, was interviewed on Corporate Social Responsibility. He underlined the necessity of integrating sustainable development in a strategic way in future-proof business models.  You can find the articles here.

Ecoprocura - Meet Your Buyer

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Meet your Buyer 2014 connects more than 400 public buyers and companies providing sustainable and innovative products and services. Meeting place is the city of Ghent in Belgium on Friday, the 26th of September 2014.
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Cifal newsletter September 2014

The CIFAL Global Network is UNITAR’s network of International Training Centres, dedicated to provide innovative training to strengthen the capacities of government officials and leaders to advance sustainable development. The CIFAL centers are jointly managed with 10 partner institutions and deliver some 70 training activities every year.  Read the latest version of their newsletter.