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Corporate Political Responsibility: What is business’ role in restoring trusted, well-functioning representative government?

April 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:15 am

Corporate Political Responsibility: What is business’ role in restoring trusted, well-functioning representative government? | a conversation with Paul Polman, MaryAnne Howland & the Corporate Political Responsibility Taskforce
Wed, April 21 @ 10-11:15 EDT

Paul Polman Co-founder and Co-Chair of IMAGINE, Vice-Chair UN Global Compact, and former CEO Unilever 2009-2018.
MaryAnne Howland Chair of the Race and Equity Working Group of the American Sustainable Business Council (and Co-Chair of ASBC) Founder of the Global Diversity Leadership Exchange (hosting events with the U.N. Global Compact), and Founder of Ibis Communications.

The Corporate Political Responsibility Taskforce provides forums, foresight and frameworks to help companies better align their political influences with their commitments to values, purpose, sustainability and stakeholders. The CPRT’s 2021 Foundational Webinar Series offers interactive dialogues designed for sustainability, brand, DEI, and government affairs professionals to engage with experts, stakeholder advocates, network partners and peers to explore how CPR applies to a range of pressing issues.

The dialogue will be moderated by CPRT Director, Elizabeth Doty, Erb Institute Faculty Director Tom Lyon, and Erb Managing Director Terry Nelidov.

For more information, contact: Elizabeth Doty, Director, Erb Institute CPRT, dotye@umich.edu

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April 21
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10:00 am - 11:15 am
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Erb Institute
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erb.umich.edu