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Day 1: Inaugural Day
28 October 2020

Inaugural Thematic Session
Sustainability a key to Business Resilience in an Uncertain World

High Level Panel One
Designing an Enabling Ecosystem to Build Back Better – Government to Governance

High Level Panel Two
Pathways to our Common Future – Businesses in PostCOVID19 era

Let’s get the conversation started

Day 2 & 3: Breakout Sessions
29 – 30 October 2020

  • India Inc. Leads by Example – Responsibility in Revival 
  • Global Value Chains & Responsible Business
  • Family Friendly Policies in A&T Sector
  • Is Living Wage “Relevant” and “Urgent” in the wake of COVID-19?
  • Sustainable Palm Oil Dialogue
  • Sustainability Information to Empower Consumers
  • Deforestation free Supply Chains
  • Forest Governance
  • Partnership for Nutrition
  • Sustainable Trade post COVID19 for India

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Key Speakers & Panelists*

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Inaugural Day

SHRI. SURESH PRABHU

India's Sherpa at the G20
Former Minister of Commerce & Industry and Civil Aviation

Heidi Hautala

Chair
European Parliament Working Group on Responsible Business Conduct

Dr. Ashok Khosla

Chairman
Development Alternatives & Technology and Action for Rural Advancement (TARA)

ATUL BAGAI

Head of Country Office
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Dr. Sanjeev Chopra

Director
Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration

SHOKO NODA

Resident Representative
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Prof. Tensie Whelan

Director
NYU Stern School, Business’s Center for Sustainable Business

Karin Kreider

Executive Director
ISEAL Alliance

Herman Mulder

Co-founder & Chair
SDG Netherlands

Arun Maira

Chairman
HelpAge International

Dr. Ashima Goyal

Professor of Economics
Indira Gandhi Institute for Development Research

Breakout Sessions

DR. CARSTEN KLEIN

Regional Director
FNST South Asia

KAMAL PRAKASH SETH

Country Head - India & Sri Lanka
Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil

MARKUS LOENING

Founder & CEO
Loening – Human Rights & Responsible Business

EDWARD MILLARD

Director, Landscapes & Communities
Rainforest Alliance

BHAVNA PRASAD

Director- Sustainable business
WWF

DR. SANGEETA MANSUR

Founder-catalyst
Bhairavi Business & Consultancy

Prof. MANFRED MAX BERGMAN

Professor
University of Basel

PROF. VASANTHI SRINIVASAN

Professor
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore

DR. BIMAL ARORA

Faculty Member
Aston Business School, UK
Honorary Chairperson
CRB

DIPANWITA CHAKRABORTY

Regional Director, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainable Development -Asia Pacific
Cargill

Dan Strechay

Global Outreach & Engagement Director
Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil

*as of 4th September 2020

About ‘India and Sustainability Standards’

India and Sustainability Standards 2019

Centre for Responsible Business CRB’s annual flagship conference ‘India and Sustainability Standards: International Dialogues and Conference’ convenes international and Indian businesses, policymakers and all stakeholders to dialogue and develop roadmaps across issues and industry sectors – in supporting the momentum towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The journey of India and Sustainability Standards: International Dialogues and Conference (ISS) conceptualized as a dialogue platform by the CRB – began in 2012. With overwhelming response and encouragement over the years from Indian and international partners, standard setters, large companies, micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), civil society supporters, policymakers and government agencies, media and delegates, ISS evolved into a India based international Multi-stakeholder Dialogue Platform, and as an annual flagship conference.

India and Sustainability Standards 2016
India and Sustainability
Standards 2018
India and Sustainability
Standards 2017

CRB believes that sustainable business principles are a key ingredient that businesses of the future (and businesses with a purpose) should integrate into their enduring core values – that should ultimately inform their strategies and operations.

In the seventh edition of ISS, our endeavor, is to convene a diverse set of stakeholders to understand and deliberate on the opportunities and challenges of integrating sustainability in core business practices and strategies to build a resilient business in an uncertain world. 

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