THE GLOBAL COMPACT PRINCIPLES AND GRI

Areas of the Global Compact
Global Compact Principles

Directly Relevant GRI Indicators
Indirectly Relevant GRI Indicators
Human RightsPrinciple 1 – Business should promote and respect internationally proclaimed human rights in their respective spheres of influence.
HR1,2,3,5,6,7 SO1
 Principle 2 – Business should ensure that they are not, albeit indirectly, complicit in human rights abuses.HR1-2, HR10-11 
Labour StandardsPrinciple 3 – Businesses should uphold the freedom of association of workers and recognise the right to collective bargaining. HR5, LA4-5, LA9  
 Principle 4 – Business should uphold the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour. HR7 HR1 -3
 Principle 5 – Business should uphold the elimination of the effective elimination of child labour. HR6 HR1 -3
 Principle 6 – Business should uphold the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation. HR4LA2LA7LA12
LA13LA14LA15
HR1-2, EC5, EC7,
LA3, LA4
EnvironmentPrinciple 7 – Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges. Profile disclosure 4.11 EN1, EN3, EN4, EN7, EN8EN11, EN12, EN16, EN17EN19, EN20, EN21, EN22EN23, EN24, EN27, EN28EN29, EN30, EN2, EN5EN6, EN10, EN18, EN26
 Principle 8 – Business should undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility. EN1EN3EN4EN8EN11EN12, EN13EN16EN17EN19EN20EN21EN22,
EN23EN24EN27EN28EN29EN30
EC2
 Principle 9 – Businesses should encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.EN2, EN5, EN6, EN10, EN18, EN26 
Anti-CorruptionPrinciple 10 – Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery. SO2, SO3, SO4, SO8 SO5-6