International Standards of Accounting and Reporting (ISAR)

For more than three decades ISAR has been the focal point in the United Nations addressing issues of harmonization of enterprise reporting to enhance enabling business and investment environment, sustainable and inclusive growth. While sessions are open to all member and observer States of UNCTAD, ISAR has 34 formally elected members. The ISAR membership3 includes nine African, seven Asian, six Latin American, three Eastern European, and nine Western European and Other States as members. The membership is on a rotation basis which allows interested member States to join the Group to play a proactive role in improving harmonization and quality of sustainability and SDG reporting by companies towards maximizing a positive impact of the private sector on the SDG agenda. More information on ISAR and its membership could be found here.

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