As part of the FRC’s strategic engagements with development partners to achieve its transitional agenda, the FRC recently hosted a delegation from the UN Global Compact, led by Ayotola Jagun,.
The meeting which served as a courtesy call for Dr. Rabiu Olowo, the newly appointed Executive Secretary/CEO, was geared towards exploring a potential partnership between the FRC and the UN Global Compact.
During the meeting, areas of collaboration were identified where the UN Global Compact could provide assistance to the FRC. These areas include technical assistance in capacity building, research, and infrastructure improvement.
It is important for the FRC to engage with development partners to leverage their expertise, resources, and networks. Collaborative partnerships can contribute to the FRC’s efforts in enhancing financial reporting, corporate governance, and regulatory practices in Nigeria.
This partnership between the FRC and the UN Global Compact certainly holds great potential for advancing sustainable development and promoting responsible business practices in Nigeria. By working together, they can contribute to the achievement of the FRC’s transformational agenda and create a more sustainable and equitable future.