After the Executive Board of Global Dialogue nominated the President of the Association of Montenegrin Managers, Budimir Raičković, as its representative for Southeast Europe in September 2016, today Dr Stephen B. Young, Global Executive Director of this Organization, sent a letter appointing Mr. Raičković for its accredited representative for Montenegro and neighbouring countries of Southeast Europe (Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Kosovo and Albania) in the coming period.
The first Global Dialogue was organized in 1986 in Caux, Switzerland, and it was dedicated to the discussion of tensions in the world, since when it has been called the Caux Round Table Global Dialogue.
CRT is representing a network of senior business and social leaders and science people from around the world who advocate for a free, fair, and prosperous global society based on the principles of moral capitalism and responsible governments.
In addition to promoting the ideas and values of moral capitalism in dialogue with governments and other actors in the business and social life, the Caux Round Table considers, among other things, the following issues:
- The biggest challenges for global business society;
- Responsible business principles;
- Non-governmental sector principles;
- Good management and fundamental human rights;
- New UN sustainable development goals;
The new nomination of Mr. Raičković after four years, as an accredited representative of this reputable global network of business and social leaders, is a great recognition of the activities and results that the Association has achieved in Montenegro and the region, but also exceptional support for its further work.