" Sustainability at Telenor is about how we do business. We fully support the UN Global Compact Principles, and together with our customers and partners we are well positioned to help deliver on the UN Sustainable Development Goals. We’ve chosen to focus particularly on SDG 10 Reduced Inequalities. It is one of the global goals that is trending in the wrong direction and needs more attention. SDG 10 is ingrained in our global business strategy, the way we provide access to services that foster inclusion and empowerment, and strive to influence and raise working and operating standards in the markets we serve. Our people and our culture are instrumental in safeguarding the responsible and sustainable business we’re committed to – both in our own operations and in our supply chain. "
The Future of Health Care Depends on Data. Here’s why.
The responsible, efficient use of data will be critical to the future of Healthcare. Here, CEO of Telenor Health, Sajid Rahman, explains why.
Global Child Forum gives Telenor top score on Corporate Benchmark in Protecting Children’s Rights
Highlighting Telenor Group as a best practice example for its work on child online safety, transparent child labour reporting and digital birth registration programme, the Global Child Forum report finds Telenor at the top of the child protection index, surveying all major Nordic corporations.
UNICEF and Telenor Group extend global partnership to reduce inequalities among children
(FORNEBU, 31 January 2019) – UNICEF and Telenor Group today announced an agreement to extend their long-running global partnership for another three years – through 2021. Launched in 2014, the partnership delivers large-scale global projects which leverage Telenor’s digital platforms to reduce inequalities and enhance children and young people’s skills for the digital future.