Information openness of the enterprise is a key condition for conducting a competitive business in Greater Eurasia
On September 4 at the headquarters of the Eurasian Economic Cooperation Organization (EECO) took place solemn signing of the Eurasian Convention on the establishment of the Council of the Eurasian Community on the development of public non-financial reporting.
It includes representatives of the professional and business community, carrying out their activities in the sphere of compilation, verification, publication of public non-financial reporting, popularization of international standards in the field of social responsibility, sustainable development and public non-financial reporting among a wide range of persons, as well as training of qualified personnel and their qualifications in the specified areas throughout the Eurasian space.
The activities of the members of the Council will be based on the basic objectives and principles of the fundamental documents of the United Nations, as well as the international standard ISO 26000: 2010 "Guidelines for social responsibility"; the Sustainability Reporting Guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative.
The goal of the new body is the formation of an effective system that stimulates and supports the development of public non-financial reporting.