Long Term Vision

Our specific issues stem from human rights

As soon as 2003, Vivendi defined three specific sustainable development issues: protecting and empowering youth, promoting cultural diversity and sharing knowledge. As a signatory to the UN Global Compact, Vivendi has incorporated these three specific issues into the principles linked to human rights. These issues are fully integrated into the company’s strategy, as demonstrated by their inclusion as criteria for senior executives’ variable pay.

Since 2007, Vivendi has been gathering feedback on these three issues, and in 2011 the group added consideration of societal factors to its reporting Protocol. The so-called Grenelle II Law specifies and strengthens the societal dimension of companies’ extra-financial reporting. In order to comply with the law, Vivendi integrated its three strategic issues into the area of “Actions undertaken in favor of human rights.” Indeed, the three specific issues of Vivendi’s sustainable development policy refer to international standards:


Stages in sustainable development governance within the group

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