It was co-sponsored with the European Baha'i Business Forum
(EBBF) and the UK National Committee of the UN Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM-UK).
Baha'i representatives were directly involved in two such events specifically: a presentation on "Corporate Social Responsibility" by the European Baha'i Business Forum
and a workshop on the contribution of the information society to a culture of peace, held by the NGO Caucus on Values and Ethics, of which the Baha'i International Community is an active member.
The European Baha'i Business Forum
(EBBF), for example, sponsored a workshop at the Summit titled "Toward a Knowledgebased, Sustainable World Information Society: The Role of Good Governance and Business.
In the search for answers, the ILO has chosen to collaborate with the European Baha'i Business Forum
(EBBF), a private voluntary association that promotes, among other things, the application of spiritual principles to economic problems.
Robiati is also a member of the European Baha'i Business Forum
(EBBF), which played a key role in helping to establish the course.
Two Baha'i-inspired organizations, the European Baha'i Business Forum
(EBBF) and the International Environment Forum (IEF), were also accredited; the EBBF as a non-governmental organization and the IEF as a scientific organization.