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Jon Sintorn signs for human rights and sustainable development

Nobia’s CEO Jon Sintorn has, together with more than 1000 other CEOs from more than 100 countries in the world, signed a Statement from Business Leaders for Renewed Global Cooperation.

In the midst of a global pandemic, the United Nations has seen a retreat from international cooperation and convergence of global crisis. From climate change to economic uncertainty to systematic racism, these crises are compounded by the rise of disinformation worldwide. 

In response to this moment of disruption and uncertainty, the UN Global Compact launched a campaign calling on CEOs of the UN participant companies to show their support for peace and security, human rights and sustainable development. 

We are proud that our CEO Jon Sintorn is one of the more than 1000 CEOs from large, medium and small enterprises in virtually every industry and more than 100 countries who have answered the UN call to mark the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and the 20th anniversary of the UN Global Compact by signing a Statement from Business Leaders for Renewed Global Cooperation. 

It was a matter of course for me to sign this call, says Jon Sintorn. It is very important to me that all Nobia colleagues and suppliers have a workplace where they feel safe and are treated with respect. Sustainability is on top of Nobia’s agenda, and will be a part of the collective progress in advancing the Sustainable Goals in parallel with the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations