News and analysis on responsible and sustainable business since 1991

Corporate Citizenship Briefing is probably the world’s longest-running regular publication on responsible and sustainable business issues. Researched and written by practitioners, it aims to give managers in companies the insights they need to be effective in their jobs. It also offers a window on the world of corporate responsibility and sustainability to the many stakeholders in governments, NGOs, think-tanks and academia who work with business on solutions to the big issues of the day.

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This website also gives access to thousands of articles going back 30 years. Refine your search by date or topic to retrieve news and comment that chronicle the history of modern-day corporate citizenship.  When first published, Briefing was printed and mailed out to paying subscribers every two months, providing a unique source of news, along with analysis, corporate profiles, book reviews, diary dates and more.  As the sector has become mainstream and technology has changed, we now get ‘behind the news’ to find the developments that matter and signpost readers to the best sources.

Corporate Citizenship Briefing is published by Corporate Citizenship, a specialist consultancy advising businesses on sustainability, now part of SLR Consulting.

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Founding editor-in-chief: Mike Tuffrey

Mike has worked in the field of corporate social responsibility since 1987. A chartered accountant by profession, Mike is co-founder of Corporate Citizenship and was previously director of a national charity. He is a trustee of the Institute of Business Ethics and has served on the London Sustainable Development Commission.

Managing editor: David Fatscher

David is a director at Corporate Citizenship, leading our work on disclosures and reporting.  He was previously head of sustainability standards at BSI.