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Jack Whelan: CSR in a developing world

Jack Whelan: CSR in a developing world

July 01, 2005 With poverty coming to the forefront as the number one issue facing the world, businesses will need to talk about CSR in terms of international development, the IBLF's Jack Whelan tells Oliver Wagg. Read more >
Speaking Out: Seeking CSR integration

Speaking Out: Seeking CSR integration

March 01, 2005 There may be many terms covering CSR management, but that doesn't mean companies are successfully integrating it. Andrew Dunnett demonstrates how the CSR Academy can bridge the gap between 'talk' of CSR and the ultimate objective of integration. Read more >
Letter to The Economist

Letter to The Economist

March 01, 2005 On January 22, The Economist published its survey of corporate social responsibility. The Corporate Citizenship Company's director David Logan responds: Read more >
Corporate social opportunity!

Corporate social opportunity!

August 01, 2004 Briefing reviews 'Corporate Social Opportunity: Seven Steps to Make Corporate Social Responsibility Work for your Business', by David Grayson and Adrian Hodges. Read more >
Voir c’est croire

Voir c’est croire

July 01, 2004 The Entente Cordiale marks 100 years of friendship between Britain and France. Vincent de Rivaz reports on opportunities for corporate responsibility. Read more >
Agents of change?

Agents of change?

July 01, 2004 Sustainable development has spawned its very own consultancy industry. Even the Big Four professional services firms have got in on the act. This may help push the issues up the agenda, but is it actually taking the subject forward? Oliver Balch investigates. Read more >
Shell scandal raises reservations about CSR

Shell scandal raises reservations about CSR

May 01, 2004 The Anglo-Dutch oil major has been at the forefront of the corporate social responsibility and sustainable development debate since the movement’s explosion in the late 1990s. Ellen West asks what Shell’s reserves crisis tells us about CSR’s poster child and – more importantly – what it reveals about the CSR movement itself Read more >