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Shape the Future of Reporting 

GRI’s Corporate Leadership Groups formulate innovative solutions to common challenges and ultimately shape the future of reporting. Exclusive to GRI GOLD Community members, these platforms encourage international discussions between leading reporting companies and experts convened by GRI. If you’re a corporate with at least three years of reporting, we invite you to join one of the four groups running in 2018. You can download an overview of the four groups here.

Digital Reporting
• In the age of big data, are you getting the most out of your disclosures?

• Do you want to translate data into valuable information and tackle the data challenges of reporting?

Sustainability reporting is now common practice. Yet, despite widespread availability of standardized sustainability reports, the information they contain is often underutilized by companies and their stakeholders. Moving towards digital reporting can help report prepareers better deal with the burden of information requests from data users and the inaccuracy of data mining from pdf reports.

The GRI Corporate Leadership Group (CLG) on Digital  Reporting offers the opportunity to discuss the main challenges in digitalization of information amongst companies, and to explore solutions for more efficient external reporting. The outcomes of the discussion will help participants find their way forward towards the digitalization of sustainability information.

Book a 15-minute call to discuss the Corporate Leadership Group on Digital Reporting:


Contact:   Elena Perez Vega

Number:  +31 (0) 20 531 00 22


Reporting on Responsible Minerals Sourcing

• How do you communicate to your stakeholders about this 

• How do you ensure your reporting process and data meet stakeholder expectations?

• Do you want to improve the way you report on conflict 
minerals and shape useful consolidated reporting guidance 
to influence reporting practices?

The GRI Corporate Leadership Group (CLG) on
Reporting on Responsible Minerals Sourcing will work in conjunction with relevant industry organizations to help co-develop globally-applicable reporting guidance, provide a common framework for disclosure, and encourage additional companies to implement this vital component of supply chain due diligence.

Book a 15-minute call to discuss the Corporate Leadership Group on Reporting on Responsible Minerals Sourcing:


Contact:   Simone Warren

Number:  +31 (0) 20 531 00 43


Reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals
GRI is working with the UN Global Compact (UNGC) to co-
create the mechanisms for reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As part of this project, GRI and 
the UNGC have formed a Corporate Action Group (CAG) 
for business representatives. The CAG serves as a business engagement and peer learning forum, where members can 
show leadership in their SDG practices by helping define and promote their business contributions to the SDGs.

Join the CAG to:

• Understand the implications of the SDGs in your                      business context

• Understand emerging practices in reporting

• Influence a movement that will shape the research of               prioritized disclosures needed to report on SDGs

Program overview

Book a 15-minute call to discuss the Corporate Action Group 2017:


Contact:   Francesca Palamidessi

Number:  +31 (0) 20 531 00 31



Human Rights Task Force

• How do you address challenges related to reporting on modern slavery?

• Do you want to improve the way modern slavery is reported?

• What toolkit would be useful to drive better reporting in a comparable and concise way?

The Human Righs Task Force will play a crucial role in harmonizing the application of existing tools and frameworks on modern slavery and to identify best practices on challenging issues.

Book a 15-minute call to discuss the Human Rights Task Force:


Contact:   Simone Warren

Number:  +31 (0) 20 531 00 43