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Time For An Eleventh UN Global Compact Peace Principle? Exploring The Business Role In Securing & Maintaining Peace In An Incomplete And Fragile Global Governance Ecosystem

15 November 2022, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST

Dr. Kernaghan Webb, Law and Business, Ted Rogers School of Management, Toronto Metropolitan University, will explore the advantages and disadvantages of adding an eleventh peace principle to the existing ten UN Global Compact principles based on the evolving nature of the imperfect global governance ecosystem approach to creating and maintaining peace; and the changing role of business in this global governance ecosystem.

Dr. Kernaghan Webb is an Associate Professor in the Law and Business department at Toronto Metropolitan University’s Ted Rogers School of Management (TMU) and Director of TMU’s Institute for the Study of Corporate Social Responsibility. Dr. Webb has published extensively on regulatory and CSR issues. His work on regulatory offenses has been cited and followed by the Supreme Court of Canada. Dr. Webb has worked extensively with and advised government, the private sector, and civil society.

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