Council for Inclusive Capitalism Announces New Resource Library

January 13, 2024

New York, N.Y. – The Council for Inclusive Capitalism has launched a new resource library to support business practices which pursue profit to the benefit of people and planet. The resource library is comprised of inclusive capitalism best practices, operational tools, and manuals from Council Allies. 

Similar to member commitments, published resources align with the World Economic Forum International Business Council’s pillars for sustainable value creation — People, Planet, Principles of Governance, and Prosperity — and advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. To learn more about the submission guidelines and criteria, please click here 

The Council for Inclusive Capitalism was launched to mobilize the private sector to create a more inclusive, sustainable, and trusted economic system. Lynn Forester de Rothschild founded the Council at a meeting between a small group of global business leaders and Pope Francis at the Vatican in November 2019. Since its public debut in December of 2020, the Council has grown from 25 founding members to a community of more than 600 global executives, asset owners and managers, and other leaders from around the world. Its members have made more than 780 commitments to concrete and measurable action for an inclusive capitalism. 

To learn more about the resource library, explore the page here or contact us at 


About the Council for Inclusive Capitalism:  

The Council for Inclusive Capitalism is a global nonprofit organization established to harness the potential of the private sector to create a more inclusive, sustainable, and trusted capitalism. The Council is guided by faith-based and ethical leaders, and it is led by a core group of global CEOs and public leaders who take concrete actions to enable a more inclusive capitalism and who convene annually to advance the Council’s mission. Further information can be found at     


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