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The United Nations Global Compact
The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) is a set of 10 general principles for corporate operating strategies and policies, including human rights, labor, environmental protection and anti-corruption. Fuzhongshengyi became a signatory member of the United Nations Global Compact in January 2020.
 Ten principles of the Global Compact
 The sustainable development of a company begins with the company’s value system and the principles of doing business. This means fulfilling at least basic responsibilities in the areas of human rights, labor standards, the environment and anti-corruption. Responsible companies adhere to the same values ​​and principles wherever they do business, and understand that good practice in one region does not offset the harm caused in another. By incorporating the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact into corporate strategies, policies and procedures, and building a culture of integrity, companies must not only maintain their basic responsibility to people and the planet, but also lay the foundation for their own long-term success. The ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact come from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Labour Organization’s Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work, the Rio Declaration on Environment and Development, and the United Nations Convention against Corruption.
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Human rights
1: Businesses should support and respect internationally recognized human rights;
2: Businesses should ensure that no human rights violations are involved.
3: Businesses should support the freedom of labor assembly and association, and recognize the right to collective bargaining
4: Eliminate all forms of forced labor;
5: Abolition of child labor
6: Eliminate discrimination in employment and occupation.
7: Businesses should support the use of preventive measures to address environmental challenges;
8: Take proactive actions to promote and strengthen corporate environmental responsibility;
9: Encourage the development and promotion of environmentally friendly technologies.
10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.

Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Development Goals
 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals SDGs
 At present, human civilization is highly developed. However, on a global scale, regional development is still uneven. In highly developed countries, natural resources are often consumed excessively due to the expansion of cities and the omnipresent footprint of human beings. On the other hand, people in many parts of the world are still threatened by poverty, hunger and disease.
 Today, the problem of imbalanced global development still exists. Behind some prosperity, many people still face the problem of survival. To this end, the United Nations proposed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015 to replace the Millennium Development Goals in 2000.
 Go hand in hand for sustainable development
 The 17 core goals of the “Sustainable Development Goals” are committed to achieving a blueprint for the future of humanity and the planet. At the same time, they are urgent appeals to all countries, including developed and developing countries. We hope that countries will work together in global partnership In action. After all, each issue is closely related, and it is possible for countries to work together to reverse the current situation and achieve sustainable development.
 For example, to eliminate poverty in one place and stop other possible deprivations, it is necessary to improve the health and education of the local people first; to reduce uneven development, it must go hand in hand with economic growth; and in the face of climate At the same time of change, we should also strive to protect our oceans and forests, and these all depend on the establishment of partnerships between countries.
 In September 2015, the UN Sustainable Development Summit adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, focusing on the sustainable development goals of the 17 projects, while taking into account “economic growth”, The three major aspects of “social progress” and “environmental protection” have launched positive action plans.

Philanthropy Society and Charity

Philanthropy Society and Charity
The focus of Fuzhong Biomedical is to exceed the standards of corporate behavior required by ethics, laws, and the public. When conducting business activities, we also consider the impact on various stakeholders. The concept of corporate social responsibility is based on the need for business operations to comply with sustainable development. The idea is that, in addition to considering their own financial and operating conditions, companies must also consider their impact on society and the natural environment.
 The corporate social responsibility pyramid regards corporate social responsibility as a structural component, which relates to the four different levels of corporate and social relations, that is, “corporate society includes social, economic, legal, Ethical and charitable expectations. “
 (1) Economic Responsibilities. For enterprises, economic responsibility is the most basic and important social responsibility, but it is not the only responsibility.
(2) Legal Responsibilities. As an integral part of society, society empowers and supports enterprises to assume productive tasks and provide products and services to the society. At the same time, it also requires enterprises to achieve economic goals within the legal framework. Therefore, enterprises shoulder the necessary legal responsibilities.
 (3) Ethical responsibilities. Although there are certain ethical norms in the economic and legal responsibilities of the society, the public society still follows the ethical norms of the public who have not yet become laws.
 (4) Discretionary responsibilities. The society usually also places some expectations on the enterprise that are not or can not be clearly expressed, and whether or not to bear any responsibility should be determined and selected by the individual or the enterprise. This is a completely voluntary behavior, such as charitable donations, for drug users Provide housing or provide a day care center.
 In terms of the order and importance of business considerations. This is a pyramid structure. The economic responsibility is the foundation and also accounts for the largest proportion. The legal, ethical, and charitable responsibilities decrease in order.