Sustainability, Ethical Leadership and tackling child sexual abuse

Sustainability, Ethical Leadership and tackling child sexual abuse
18 March, 2020 NetClean
NEWS 2020/03/18

Sustainability, Ethical Leadership and tackling child sexual abuse

The mobile industry was the first industry to commit to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. GSMA, the trade body that represents the interests of more than 750 mobile operators worldwide, works hard to meet these goals.

In this interview from the Brighthood Conference 2019, Mats Granryd, Director General at GSMA, and one of the speakers at the conference, talks about sustainability, ethical leadership and tackling child sexual abuse.

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