United Nations Global Compact

Lundbeck has a long tradition of working with corporate responsibility. The UN Global Compact principles are continuously being used to guide our corporate responsibility development.

Lundbeck signed the UN Global Compact in September 2009. Lundbeck acknowledges the importance of supporting the ten principles for sustainable business development in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption and to report regularly on our progress.

We are convinced that these principles contribute to the long-term creation of value for all our stakeholders and we understand that the UN Global Compact requires a strong leadership commitment.

We aim to communicate our progress regarding the ten principles in a transparent and accurate way. We do this to provide our stakeholders with an understanding of our corporate responsibility ambitions and initiatives.

About the UN Global Compact
The United Nations Global Compact is a strategic policy initiative for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.

You can read more about the ten principles at UN Global Compact's website.


‘On behalf of Lundbeck, I am pleased to express our continued support to the UN Global Compact. At Lundbeck, we recognise our responsibility to respect human and labour rights, to commit to environmental protection and to work against corrupt behaviour’

- Kåre Schultz, President & CEO

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Each year we report on progress within our work with the ten principles of UN Global Compact.

Download the latest report
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