References and memberships
ENGIE has pursued its ambition and standards in ethics and compliance on the basis of several major international guidelines, such as the:
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights and additional protocols
- International Labor Organization conventions
- OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises
- UN Convention against Corruption
UN Global Compact
Since its launch in 2001, the Group has acceded to the UN Global Compact, which invites companies to adopt, support and apply 10 fundamental principles in terms of human rights, labor rights, the environment and human rights, and the fight against corruption, and in this context draws up its annual progress report.
Transparency International France
ENGIE is a member of the French section of Transparency International, a non-governmental organization dedicated to fighting against corruption.
Entreprises pour les Droits de l’Homme (Businesses for Human Rights)
The Group is a member of Entreprises pour les Droits de l’Homme (Businesses for Human Rights)
Extractive industries transparency initiative (EITI)
The Group joined in July 2009 the EITI, initiative aiming to improve governance by promoting open and accountable management of oil and gas revenue. It publishes its payment information in every country in which it operates its exploration and production activities.