SDGs project funded under the 2019 Capability Development Fund

SDGs project funded under the 2019 Capability Development Fund

"A round table on developing an innovative performance measurement and reporting framework for UN sustainable development goals (SDGs)", led by Prof. Nava Subramaniam, is one of the thirteen projects funded under the 2019 Capability Development Fund (CDF) scheme.

This round table is inspired by the recent Australian Senate Enquiry into the UN SDGs. Supported by the UN Global Compact Australia. The purpose of this event is to draw insights on how Australian firms can make meaningful progress towards achievement of the UN SDGs, and enhance accountability and transparency of their reporting processes. It will enhance industry engagement by bringing together stakeholders from different governance levels to formulate a pathway for developing a more innovative SDG performance measurement framework for organisations. These stakeholders will comprise representatives from government agencies, Australian businesses, not-for-profit organisations, universities, industry bodies and civil society. The project team is composed by Prof Nava Subramaniam (Director of the Governance, Accountability and Law Research group and Prof of accounting, RMIT), Suraiyah Akbar (lecturer of accounting, RMIT), Renzo Mori Jr. (Senior Advisor, Sustainable Development, RMIT) and Corinne Schoch (Senior Adviser, Global Compact Network Australia).

07 May 2019

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07 May 2019

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