UN Global Compact

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The United Nations Global Compact is the world’s largest initiative of corporate citizenship. It comes from the determination to promote a sustainable global economy: respectful of human and labour rights, of the environment and for fighting corruption.

The 10 Principles
Companies and organisations participating in the initiative, are requested to share, support and apply the Ten Principles derived from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the ILO Declaration, the Rio Declaration and the UN Convention against Corruption. Since 2011 Barilla is committed to communicating on an annual basis the Group’s advancements and developments towards the goals’ realization.
HUMAN RIGHTSENVIRONMENT

Principle I: businesses are required to promote and respect universally recognized human rights within their respective areas of influence.

Principle II: be sure not to be, not even indirectly, complicit in human rights abuses.

Principle VII: businesses are required to support a proactive approach towards environmental challenges.

Principle VIII: undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility.

Principle IX: encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.

WORKFIGHTING CORRUPTION

Principle III: businesses are required to support workers’ freedom of association and recognize the right to collective bargaining.

Principle IV: elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour.

Principle V: effective elimination of child labour.

Principle VI: elimination of all forms of discrimination on matters of employment and occupation.

Principle X: businesses commit to fight corruption in any form, included extortion and bribery.

CRITERIa DESCRIption GRI Indicators
1Description of corporate functions and the Business unit.G4-34G4-35, G4-36
2Description of the supply chain implementation. 

G4-12

G4-DMA Procurement Practices (economy category)

G4-DMA Labour Practices applied by Suppliers

G4-DMA Investment and Procurement Policies

G4-DMA Respect of Human Rights by Suppliers

G4-LA15

3Human rights commitments, strategies and policies

› G4-DMA Investment and Procurement Policies

› G4-DMA Respect of Human Rights by Suppliers

G4-DMA Child labour

G4-DMA Labour management and relations

G4-DMA Diversity and equal opportunity

4Management systems to implement UNGC principles on human rights

› G4-DMA Investment and Procurement Policies

› G4-DMA Respect of Human Rights by Suppliers

› G4-DMA Child labour

› G4-DMA Labour management and relations

› G4-DMA Diversity and equal opportunity

5Monitoring and assessment of human rights integration methods

› G4-56, G4-56, G4-58

G4-FP1G4-FP2

› G4-LA15

G4-HR1

G4-HR5

G4-HR11

6Labour rights commitments, strategies and policies

G4-DMA Employment

G4-DMA Health and safety

G4-DMA Training and Education

G4-DMA Diversity and equal opportunity

G4-DMA Labour management and relations

G4-DMA Labour Practises applied by Suppliers

7Management systems to implement the UNGC principles on Labour

› G4-DMA Employment

› G4-DMA Health and safety

› G4-DMA Training and Education

› G4-DMA Diversity and equal opportunity

› G4-DMA Labour management and relations

› G4-DMA Labour Practises applied by Suppliers

8Monitoring and assessment of labour rights integration methods

G4-LA1

G4-LA6

G4-FP3

G4-LA9

G4-LA11

G4-LA12

G4-LA15

9Environmental commitments, strategies and policies

G4-DMA Raw materials

G4-DMA Energy

G4-DMA Water

G4-DMA Emissions

G4-DMA Discharges and Waste

G4-DMA Products and services

G4-DMA Compliance

G4-DMA Transport

G4-DMA General

G4-DMA Procurement Practices (economic category)

10Management systems to implement UNGC principles on the environment

› G4-DMA Raw materials

› G4-DMA Energy

› G4-DMA Water

› G4-DMA Emissions

› G4-DMA Discharges and Waste

› G4-DMA Products and services

› G4-DMA Compliance

› G4-DMA Transport

› G4-DMA General

› G4-DMA Procurement Practices  (economic category)

11Management systems to implement UNGC principles on the environment› G4-EN1G4-EN2G4-EN3G4-EN5G4-EN6G4-EN8G4-EN9G4-EN15G4-EN16G4-EN17G4-EN18G4-EN19G4-EN22G4-EN23G4-EN27G4-EN28G4-EN29G4-EN30G4-EN31
12Anti-corruption commitments, strategies and policies› G4-56, G4-57, G4-58
13Management systems to implement UNGC anti-corruption principles› G4-56, G4-57, G4-58
14Monitoring and assessment of anti-corruption integration methods› G4-56, G4-57, G4-58
15Business contribution to the UN objectives

> International Agenda

> Good for You: scenario

> Good for the Planet: scenario

> Good for Communities: scenario

16Strategic social investments and philanthropy and Social Inclusion

G4-DMA Indirect economic impacts

G4-DMA Health and accessibility to food

G4-EC7

17Engagement in public policiesG4-15, G4-16
18Collaborations and collective actions› G4-15, G4-16
19CEO commitment and leadershipG4-1, G4-2
20Steering Committee engagement and oversightG4-34, G4-35, G4-36
21Stakeholders EngagementG4-24, G4-25, G4-26, G4-27