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Unicaja Banco participates in Malaga in a workshop on the current situation and the future challenges of the 2030 Agenda

Unicaja Banco reaffirmed one more year its support to the publication Corresponsables, by participating in the presentation of its Yearbook 2019, celebrated at the Unicaja Banco’s Conference Hall in Plaza de la Marina.

10 JUN 2019

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The event gathered institutions, companies and stakeholders, to discuss the current situation of companies with regard to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and the UN 2030 Agenda, the management of SDGs and the main challenges of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Spain.

 

The workshop was inaugurated by Unicaja Banco’s Head of CSR, José María López; the Executive Deputy President of Malaga Association of Business Owners (CEM, Confederación de Empresarios de Málaga), Natalia Sánchez; the Manager of ‘Cities Programme’ of the UN Global Compact, Javier Cortés; the Deputy Director of Open Government and Transparency of Malaga County Council (Diputación de Málaga), Concepción Labao Moreno; and the Head of Responsible Communication of ‘Corresponsables’, Ricardo Martín.
 

Unicaja Banco reaffirmed one more year its support to the publication ‘Corresponsables’, by participating in the presentation of the Yearbook 2019, its 14th edition, celebrated at the Unicaja Banco’s Conference Hall in Plaza de la Marina

 

The event gathered institutions, companies and stakeholders, to discuss the current situation of companies with regard to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and the UN 2030 Agenda, the management of SDGs and the main challenges of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Spain.

 

The workshop was inaugurated by Unicaja Banco’s Head of CSR, José María López; the Executive Deputy President of Malaga Association of Business Owners (CEM, Confederación de Empresarios de Málaga), Natalia Sánchez; the Manager of ‘Cities Programme’ of the UN Global Compact, Javier Cortés; the Deputy Director of Open Government and Transparency of Malaga County Council (Diputación de Málaga), Concepción Labao Moreno; and the Head of Responsible Communication of ‘Corresponsables’, Ricardo Martín.

 

In the opening of the event, José María López highlighted the relevance of the recent Law on Non-Financial Information and Diversity, particularly for large corporations, and the impact that this is expected to have on the Bill on Climate Change and Energy Transition. He also reflected on the need to take the SDGs to the reality of each company, and concluded with a summary of some of the actions implemented at Unicaja Banco.

 

The workshop also hosted a roundtable discussion with large companies on the current situation of SDGs and compliance with the 2030 Agenda. Participants in the roundtable included, among others, María José Rueda, CSR Technician at Unicaja Banco.

 

Rueda remarked that, in the case of Unicaja Banco, CSR involves all the levels of the company, from employees at branches and central services, to senior managers and Board Members.

 

Finally, the event ended with another roundtable discussion where other stakeholders, such as Malaga City Hall and the International Training Centre for Authorities and Leaders (Cifal) in Malaga, reflected ton the main challenges of the UN 2030 Agenda in terms of social equality and sustainable economy.

  • Responsabilidad Social Corporativa

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