It is simply not enough in today’s world to just set out a CSR policy or a supplier code of conduct or total up the number of sustainability initiatives in the supply chain and think you are doing the right thing. The days of accountability by case study are fading fast. Companies must actually do the work and invest the capital to create lasting (and profitable) change in their supply chains. Click here to find out more about de-coding supply chain sustainability
How can the private sector partner to bridge the gap to women’s empowerment? Last week, this question was explored at the 2015 annual International Women’s Day Forum, hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center, United Nations Office for Partnerships, and UN Women. Click here to read more.
We are very excited to be recruiting for two new consultants to be based in our London office! As the company and our team grows, we are now looking for one community consultant, and one socio economic impact consultant. Click here to find out more about each role and to apply.
Which 5 characteristics ensure both the survival of flagship community programmes, and that they deliver value to society and the business itself? Corporate Citizenship identified these key characteristics following the latest international research into corporate community investment and the emerging trend which is flagship programmes.
On the 19th Feb we are hosting a DJSI webinar in cooperation with RobecoSAM to explore the benefits of sustainability benchmarking through DJSI. We will be joined by Robert Dornau, Senior Manager at RobecoSAM and Lily Heinemann, Head of Corporate Responsibility and Community Investment at Royal Mail Group.
In the 6th and final blog in our materiality series, Peter Truesdale rounds of the series, asserting that increasingly materiality is about taking more ownership of the issue at hand.
Some businesses are not getting the basics right. Nick Jackson argues that this is holding back the corporate responsibility agenda.
If you missed our live online circular economy Q&A this month, not to worry, we have created a handy summary of the Q&A content! For some easy circular economy reading, take a look at the key points highlighted in this round-up. BT, BAM Construct, Riversimple and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation can all be thanked for the brilliant insights and suggestions.