Standards and memberships

ISO 26000

 

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Antalis Group, together with Sequana, has defined its CSR strategy framework from the ISO26000 standard. Through a multi stakeholders approach, it provides guidelines on the underlying corporate social responsibility principles. This process and framework guarantee to the Group the appropriate integration within the organisation of the following principles : accountability, transparency, ethic,  consideration of stakeholders interest, respect of principles of legality, international standards of behaviour and respects of Human rights. This process also guarantees that the Group addresses answers to its social, environmental and governance impacts.

Global Compact

logo_global_compactSince october 2012, Antalis is member of the United Nation Global Compact. The decision to support Global Compact is a new step for the company to contribute to a more sustainable, respectful and transparent worldwide economy. Antalis, as a member of Global Compact, commits to respect and implement the ten principles of the Global Compact relating to human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption.

In 2016, Antalis publishes its Communication On Progress report (in french only).

 

FSC ® International

logo_fscSince 2015, the Group is member of FSC International (Forest Stewardship Council). This non-profit, independent and non-governmental organisation, promotes, throughout the world, sustainable management of forests. Antalis, through its business activity, is obviously linked to this natural resource. It is thus its responsibility to ensure its renewability and protection. By joining this organization, Antalis wants to show its support to this stringent certification, but also to participate to its governance through its presence at the economic chamber.

 

Sustainable Development Goals ( SDGs)

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The Sustainable Development Goals implement by the United Nations in 2015, aims at defining a plan to “end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years ». Antalis, through its CSR strategy and its associated commitments is contributing to 7 of the 14 goals. By underscoring clearly its commitments in those areas, Antalis displays  its responsibility as a major economic player and its willingness to contribute to a better future.