Join us 15-16 June as business leaders, government officials, civil society leaders, academia and more gather virtually from around the world for our biggest event of the year.
Elevating Ambtion for Collective Action
The annual UN Global Compact Leaders Summit mobilizes and connects thousands of business leaders, policy makers, civil society and academia representatives, from all over the world, to take action on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This year’s virtual Leaders Summit will address the converging crises of climate change, the covid-19 global pandemic, worsening social and economic inequality, and unchecked corruption, and offer a roadmap for a sustainable recovery.
Together we will exchange knowledge, take stock of progress, highlight areas for greater influence, and inspire collective action to make lasting change. Join thousands of global leaders and SDG stakeholders as we elevate ambition for strategic collective action, rebuild a just, equitable and resilient world.
Meet our past UN Global Compact Leaders Summit speakers. This year's speakers to be announced soon—check back for updates.
What To Expect
The Leaders Summit is a multisession digital experience convening thousands of leaders from across the globe—on a single digital event platform—for 26 hours in every time zone— featuring plenary sessions, regional breakout sessions, performances, exhibitions, and interactive networking.
26 Hours of Content
Be inspired by today's leading voices from the UN, government, business and academia. On the plenary and breakout stages, global leaders will share lessons learned, examples of SDG implementation and how collective action is driving change.
The Leaders Summit Pavilion is a dynamic space where UN Global Compact partners will showcase videos and host sessions featuring their specific approach to SDG implementation.
Imagine the possibilities when you video chat with thousands of sustainability leaders who are shaping the future. Together, through collaboration and bold actions, we can enact powerful change.
The Summit will ignite collective action on five prioritized issues, target gender equality, worker rights and decent work, climate, anti-corruption and strategic partnerships.