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6 Okt 2015


Aviva response

As a business that’s over 300 years old we know we depend on vibrant and diverse communities for our customers, our employees, our supply chain and our investors. At the UN Sustainable Development Goals Summit 2015 AvivaGroup CEO Mark Wilson called for the UN, member states, civil society and business to work together to achieve the new global goals. If the goals are to be a reality we must acknowledge that it is in all our interests to respond with genuine, internationally co-ordinated care, to the desperate families risking their lives to flee war and persecution, and to mitigate the causes of this situation.

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How are companies responding to the refugee crisis in Europe?

Europa: Unternehmen sprechen sich für Integration von Flüchtlingen aus