SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) call upon business to advance sustainable development through the investments they make, solutions they develop and the practices they adopt. We have identified fifteen social and economic impacts where G4S supports the broad realisation of the Goals and makes a positive difference to society and communities around the world. Within these, we have a specific focus on Goal 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth) with ‘Health and wellbeing’ and ‘Job creation’ and Goal 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions) with ‘Prevention of crime’ which closely align with our strategy and operational expertise.
|Supporting criminal justice system|
|Privacy vs security balance|
|Protection of assets|
|Employee wages and benefits||Consulting on risks|
|People development||Support in post-conflict zones||Health and wellbeing|
|Taxes paid||Support of economic reconstruction||Job creation|
|Interest and dividends paid||Raising industry standards||Prevention of crime|
Priority sustainable development goals for G4S
Health and Wellbeing
The nature of G4S’ work and the
G4S provides direct employment to
Prevention of Crime
G4S delivers a wide range of specialist
Sustainable Development Goals
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) call upon business to advance sustainable development through the investments they make, the solutions they develop, and the practices they adopt.
In our report, we have mapped case studies against the SDGs to highlight where G4S is helping to advance the SDGs through our programmes and operations. Read more on how G4S supports the UN Sustainable Development Goals here.
UK economic impact
download our UK Economic impact reports below:
G4S UK: Socio-economic impact assessment (2018-19) by Corporate Citizenship.
The economic impact of G4S within the United Kingdom (2014-15), 2013 analysis and 2012 analysis by Warwick Economics & Development.