Lidl and other companies within the Schwarz Group are committed to the goals of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) and signed an agreement to this effect.
In doing so, the company has committed itself to adhering to ten United Nations principles of sustainability in the areas of human rights, social standards, environment and anti-corruption. Joining the UNGC underlines Lidl's long-standing commitment to sustainability.
Lidl is committed to its corporate due diligence and the continuous improvement of social and ecological standards in its value chain
“The Global Compact offers a good orientation framework for our engagement to an ecological, economic and social sustainable entrepreneurship”, said Vasiliki AdamidouHead of Corporate Communications, CSR and Social Media.
Lidl is committed to its corporate due diligence and the continuous improvement of social and ecological standards in its value chain. This is, among other things, clearly stated in the position paper on corporate due diligence with regard to human rights and environmental protection when purchasing commercial goods.
The complete position paper and further information on Lidl's commitment to sustainability can be found on the company's responsibility page at https://corporate.lidl.com.cy/el/sustainability/position-papers
Lidl is proud to emphasize its engagement in the sustainability area, especially in the scope of responsible business practices, by acceding to the United Nations Global Compact and strengthen its customers trust in the brand Lidl in this way.