The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the most ambitious agenda for sustainable development the world’s countries have ever adopted, and they exists to achieve four fantastic ideas by 2030: To eradicate extreme poverty. To reduce inequality and injustice in the world. To promote peace and justice. To solve the climate crisis. By achieving the SDGs, this could become reality.
Resurs works actively to support sustainable development according to the UN SDGs. The following six goals were identified as being possible for Resurs to affect and contribute to through its operations:
Good health and well-being: to ensure healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages. Resurs takes responsibility for people and society by, for example, sponsoring sports clubs that create environments in which children and young people are able to grow and develop.
Quality education: the basis of Resurs’s commitment to society is to work towards an inclusive society, which it achieves through initiatives that support education for young people and new entrants to the labour market.
Gender Equality: men and women should have the same rights, obligations and opportunities. Resurs carries out dedicated work to develop workplaces that are characterised by equality, equal opportunity and diversity.
Decent work and economic growth: Resurs wants to help create jobs and growth in countries where it conducts its operations. Ensuring that workplaces are safe, inclusive and secure and complying with labour rules and principles are fundamental.
It is a given for Resurs to offer a healthy and inclusive workplace, where differences are embraced and where all personnel have the same conditions and opportunities for individual development. All employees should feel that their job duties provide them with many opportunities for growth.
Responsible consumption and production: Fundamental to Resurs’s responsible and sustainable credit lending is performing credit checks that combat overlending and ensure a loan level that is in line with the borrower’s private finances.