Human Rights and SDG
MAPFRE is committed to the protection of Human Rights and compliance with Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), which we have included in our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy. Moreover, MAPFRE is a member of the FTSE4Good and FTSE4Good IBEX Indices, which measure the behavior of listed companies that encourage sustainable development and respect for Human Rights.
2030 Agenda: Sustainable Development Goals
MAPFRE has an impact on the development of the countries in which it operates, and it is therefore committed to the social footprint it leaves behind as a company pursuing business opportunities. Contributing to the United Nations Development Agenda 2030 forms part of the road map through which MAPFRE will harness the efforts of all employees to achieve the sustainable development goals (SDG) proposed under this initiative.
In 2017, following completion of the internal analysis process and in line with the MAPFRE Group Sustainability Plan 2016-2018 and the Group strategy, a map of MAPFRE's position with regard to the SDGs was defined to identify the goals to which it can make the greatest contribution.
This commitment is complemented by the multinational programs and activities carried out by Fundación MAPFRE to contribute to improving quality of life and advancing societal progress.
Visit the Social footprint section for further information about MAPFRE on society, and their association with the SDGs.
MAPFRE's commitment to internationally recognized human rights, as defined in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, is set forth in its Institutional, Business and Organizational Principles, its Code of Ethics and its Corporate Social Responsibility Policy.
Additionally, MAPFRE adheres to international standards such as the United Nations Global Compact and other sector-specific standards, e.g. Principles for Sustainable Insurance (PSI) and Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).
For further details of on actions in favor of human rights, access our Integrated Report 2017.