UN Global Compact

What is the UN Global CompactUN Global Compact

Global Compact is an international agreement launched by the United Nations in 2000 to encourage companies to commit to sustainable development. The Compact has ten universally-accepted principles which focus on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption. These principles are to be integrated and applied to the company’s operations, management and strategy.

AGS communication on progress

As part of our commitment to the UN Global Compact, a Communication on Progress is published annually. Each report outlines the activities that we have undertaken in the past year in the areas of human rights, labour law, environmental impact and the fight against corruption.

To view our Communications on Progress, please click on the links below:


COP 20132013 Communication on Progress

Published in May 2014





COP 2012

2012 Communication on Progress

Published in April 2013