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Business for Peace
A foundation inspiring and encouraging business leaders to foster peace and stability for the benefit of humanity. Summit 2019, May 14-15 in 🇳🇴
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Business for Peace Aug 18
We’re saddened to hear of the the passing away of , Laureate and former Secretary-General. His legacy will remain an inspiration.
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World Chambers Aug 17
Nominations for the 10th anniversary Oslo Business for Peace Award open on August 21. We’re proud to be a nominating partner . Stay tuned for details on how you can nominate a candidate!
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Business for Peace Aug 17
Exciting news this morning as & launch , a humanitarian innovation program aimed at facilitating closer cooperation between private businesses and humanitarian organizations
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BusinessCalltoAction Aug 15
Changing lives of former coca farmers in Colombia: Édgar Montenegro, co-founder of and winner of the award tells his inspiring story of how he's providing alternative income options through acai and palm heart farming:
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PNUD Colombia Aug 15
Édgar Montenegro, cofundador de y ganador del demuestra que a pesar de las dificultades es posible salir adelante y que con negocios incluyentes se construye un mundo más justo y equitativo Escúchalo aquí:
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SDG Philanthropy Aug 14
How are the and partnering in order to further the ? Find out current private sectors investment per SDGs.
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Business for Peace Aug 14
Learn the inspiring story of Edgar Montenegro, founder of & 2018 Oslo Business for Peace Award Honouree. He's helping marginalised communities in escape poverty & violence through agriculture
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Business for Peace Aug 14
We're joining at next Friday to spotlight how business is building sustainability & peace. If you're in & attending, come visit our activity room w/ to see how we scale up the by honouring initiatives!
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Nigel Topping Aug 14
Who will be the new titans of wind and solar? Renewables are primed to enter the global energy race - via
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Lise Kingo Aug 6
Almost three years into the , important progress has been made on awareness-raising and mobilizing action. But at the global scale, progress on the is happening far too slowly. My latest for :
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Karl Gardner Aug 8
Martin Naughton's well deserved recognition as a 2018 Oslo Business for Peace Award Honouree, via
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Business for Peace Aug 7
New 🎬! Meet Martin Naughton, founder of Glen Dimplex Group and a 2018 Oslo Business for Peace Award Honouree. He's worked tirelessly to bridge borders & tackle climate change. Watch:
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Business for Peace Aug 7
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Business for Peace Aug 6
Our August goes out tomorrow! We have a new video, insightful interviews, and more to share. Not on our list yet? Sign up here 👉
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Paul Polman Aug 3
Good to see more companies taking the lead to cut carbon from value chain. Citizens are expecting it. Purchasing power becoming more selective and rightfully so.
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Leymah Gbowee Aug 5
Women of the world, unite! to speak up & take action for gender equality. Get inspired by women’s activism from generations past & present via :
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Business for Peace Jul 31
Today, we emit about 50 gigatonnes of CO2 equivalents/yr. Ensuring a sustainable future means making progress on all 17 & prioritising our planet over profit. This year, opened the w/ a call for climate action. Read more:
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Business for Peace Jul 31
2018 Honouree Lori Blaker has seen the impact of having female role models in business for young women & girls. As CEO she’s traveled the world listening to & encouraging the dreams of future leaders by prioritising education. That’s what makes her
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Business for Peace Jul 24
“Creating art from behind bars seems like an impossible task, but not to a person who believes that everyone deserves a 2nd chance.” So proud ! ‘16 Honouree Sarah Beydoun continues her initiative to help incarcerated women. Read:
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Business for Peace Jul 23
helps women prisoners to work while in jail, & to get a source of income once they complete their sentences. As a 2016 Honouree, & first from the design industry, we’re proud to see Sarah Beydoun continuing these initiatives.
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