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The world’s largest corporate
sustainability initiative

The United Nations Global Compact is a call to companies to align strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption, and take actions that advance societal goals.

About UN Global Compact Network Malaysia & Brunei

Launched in 2019, UN Global Compact Network Malaysia & Brunei (UNGCMYB) is the Malaysia and Brunei Chapter of the United Nations Global Compact, the largest corporate sustainability initiative in the world.

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As the leading voice on business sustainability, UNGCMYB functions as an extension of the UN Global Compact and is dedicated to assisting both Malaysian and Bruneian organisations to embrace sustainable business practices by convening and accelerating opportunities for multi-stakeholder actions grounded in the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Dedicated to assisting both Malaysian and Bruneian organisations to embrace sustainable business practices by engaging companies to:

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Build Supply Chain Resilience

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Access Sustainability Resources & Tools

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Cultivate Sustainability Practitioners

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Build Meaningful Partnerships

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Make Measurable Progress

The Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact

The Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact are derived from: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organisation’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption.

How does the Ten Principles
of the UN Global Compact support the SDGs?

This graphic illustrates some of the primary linkages between the UN Global Compact Ten Principles and the contribution that these can make towards the achievement of the SDGs. By respecting and supporting universal principles, UNGCMYB participants can play an important role in helping to realise the SDGs.

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Meet Our People

UNGCMYB attracts some of the best talents and leaders in the industry, who are committed to supporting Malaysian and Bruneian companies to be sustainable and profitable. Our team comprises experienced and passionate professionals who work collaboratively to create sustainable impact and business value for our members.

National Advisory Panel

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Amarjit Chhina

Chief Corporate Officer (CCO)

MRCB Group

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Dr Tunku Alina Alias

Council Member

Climate Governance

Malaysia

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Dato' Dr. Anas Alam Faizli

CEO, Corporate

Duopharma Biotech

Berhad

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Jeevan Rajoo

Country Head

Tata Consultancy

Services

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Datuk Muhamad

Umar Swift

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Bursa Malaysia Berhad

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Karima El Korri

UN Resident Coordinator in Malaysia, Singapore and

Brunei Darussalam

Board of Directors

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Hana Zillian

Chairperson

N Works Sdn Bhd

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Edey Suresh

Editor-in-Chief

The Iskandarian

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Mohamad Irwan Aman

Head of Sustainability

Sarawak Energy Berhad

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Mohamad Sofian

Partner

Law Chambers of

Vin Sa & Ian

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Huin Ailing Saraswathy

Director

WAVES NGO

Executive Office

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Faroze Nadar,

Adj Professor

Executive Director

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Shahirah Anuar

Coordinator, Marketing & Communications 

shahirah@ungcmalaysia.org

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Harith Tiew

Coordinator, Training & Workshop

harith.tiew@ungcmalaysia.org

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Shanta Helena

Dwarkasing

Head of Programmes,  Forward Faster initiative

shanta@ungcmalaysia.org

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Nur Aisya Ahmad Tajuddin

Senior Coordinator, Member Relations

nuraisya@ungcmalaysia.org

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Sudarsan 

Lead, Trainer 

sudarsan@ungcmalaysia.org 

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Jess Yeoh

Head of UNGCMYB Academy

jess.yeoh@ungcmalaysia.org

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Shu Yi Chua

Coordinator, Executive Director's Office

shuyichua@ungcmalaysia.org

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Tan Zhi Ying

Head of Member Relations

tanzhiying@ungcmalaysia.org

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Nurul Fadhilah

Coordinator, Forward Faster initiative

nurul@ungcmalaysia.org

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Crystal Yip

Lead, Forward Faster initiative

crystal.yipyl@ungcmalaysia.org

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Kishan Buxani

Coordinator, Partnerships & Programmes

kishan@ungcmalaysia.org

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Wan Hafiz

Assistant,

Director's Office

hafiz@ungcmalaysia.org

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Bavani Munusamy

Head of Participant Engagement

bavani@ungcmalaysia.org

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Nabilah Doyle

Lead, Events

nabilahdoyle@ungcmalaysia.org

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Sheila Grewal

Lead, Corporate Engagement

sheila@ungcmalaysia.org

Our Partners

Joint efforts and building partnerships are essential to achieve our goal in building a sustainable future. UNGCMYB works closely with various organisations to actively advance sustainability in Malaysia and Brunei.

UNGCMYB Sustainability Disclosures

The following is a snapshot of our ESG data disclosures for the year 2023 as guided by the Simplified ESG Disclosure Guide (SEDG)

Environment

Total Scope 1

GHG emissions

0

metric tonnes

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Purchased water

173,480

litres

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Total Scope 2

GHG emissions

18.35

metric tonnes

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Total Waste

Generated

0.0468

metric tonnes

(office waste only)

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Total Scope 3

GHG emissions

65.35

metric tonnes

(business travels via flight only)

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Energy Consumption (Electricity)

24,213.6

kWH

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Social

Percentage of employees earning a living wage

100%

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Average hours of training per employee

32 hours

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Number of

employees

14

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Turnover rate

21%

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Percentage of employees by gender

Male (27%)

Female (73%)

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Percentage of employees by age

20-29 (60%)

30-39 (20%)

40 & above (20%)

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Governance

Year of last submitted audited financial report

2023

Number of confirmed incidents of corruption

0

Percentage of employees trained on anti-bribery and anti-corruption

100%

Number of customer data privacy complaints

0

Volunteer With Us

UNGCMYB welcomes volunteers who wish to contribute their expertise to advance sustainability performance in Malaysia and Brunei. If you are looking for volunteering roles involving our projects in various capacities please contact us at info@ungcmalaysia.org 

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