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CSR360 Global Partner Network is a global network of not-for-profit organisations working with businesses to improve their positive impact on society. (BITC) convenes CSR360 GPN as part of its vision to create a sustainable future for people and the planet.
CSR360 GPN is extremely grateful to the members of the Business in the Community International Leadership Team who support and encourage us to fulfil our mission and vision.
CSR360 GPN has reached its current number of over 124 partner organisations from its beginnings 14 years ago. The network which focuses on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has a presence in all the continents of the world and encompasses 64 countries in total.
Every quarter we publish a set of articles relating to a particular topic of corporate social responsibility.
Business is increasingly being seen as a key player in international development in order to meet the needs of our poorest global communities. From the business perspective, with the world’s fastest growing economies in Africa and Asia, companies are seeing opportunities for further growth in emerging and developing markets and development issues are being addressed by International Corporate Responsibility strategies more and more.
That is why in this month’s issue, we take a closer look to it.
CSR360 has reached its current number of 124 partner organisations from its beginnings 14 years ago. The network which focuses on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has a presence in all the continents of the world and encompasses 64 countries in total.
Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, part of Cranfield School of Management at Cranfield University, provides research, teaching, consulting and practice around corporate sustainability and responsibility.
They engage with companies through involving them in research projects, teaching senior managers and company leaders in executive development programmes, taking consulting assignments for companies, producing thought-leadership media and academic articles, books, reports and practical how-to guides for busy managers and through speaking at, chairing and facilitating conferences.
Is collaboration the most effective way to tackle sustainability issues?