Antwerp-ITCCO has the ambition to be the benchmark in Action Learning for Sustainability: we organize high-level, innovative, interdisciplinary, multi-actor and practical learning and training methods to create awareness and to support the implementation of the development goals of the United Nations and to build capacity in the field of sustainable development, corporate social responsibility, business ethics, accountability and transparency, for intrapreneurs within companies, business community, governments, trade unions, non-governmental organizations, academia and knowledge centres, based in the City of Antwerp, strongly anchored in Belgium and with an international reputation and clientele.
|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 to create awareness and to support the implementation of the U.N. development goals. UNITAR salutes the efforts of the leaders of Antwerp and all other stakeholders involved to bring to fruition this remarkable vision.”|
Antwerp-ITCCO organiseert in samenwerking met Flanders Investment & Trade en het OESO-Contactpunt in België een Action Learning Seminar over de internationale aspecten van Maatschappelijk Verantwoord Ondernemen op donderdag 4 juni 2015 van 14u tot 17u bij Flanders Investment & Trade in Brussel. Voor ondernemers die inkopen, exporteren of zelf produceren in het buitenland.
Antwerp-ITCCO is proud to announce Christophe Yvetot, UNIDO Head of Liaison Office to the European Union and Chair of the EU consultations for the UN Development Group Post-2015 – Engaging with the Private Sector in the Post-2015 Agenda, as keynote speaker of the second Action Learning Talk.
This lecture will be organised in collaboration with United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the Port of Antwerp, on Thursday 16 April from 19:00 to 21:00 at the Port of Antwerp, Entrepotkaai 1, 2000 Antwerp, followed by a network reception.
What are the challenges that the Sustainable Development Goals will address in the next 15 years? What is the role of business and society in the Post-2015 Agenda? What concrete actions can they undertake to contribute to the achievement of SDGs?
The Action Learning Talk will translate the SDGs into practical actions that will allow entrepreneurs and society to understand how they can work together to achieve them.