Results for Sustainable Development

Contributions news round-up (Aug/Sep)

Contributions news round-up (Aug/Sep)

September 01, 2005 Two-fifths of employees would use payroll giving if their employer offered it and the Royal Bank of Scotland is hoping to raise awareness of payroll giving in a series of advertisements. In addition corporate giving accounts for 1.3% of pre-tax profits in the US. Read more >
Contributions news round-up (Aug/Sep)

Contributions news round-up (Aug/Sep)

September 01, 2005 Two-fifths of emloyees would use payroll giving if their employer offered it and the Royal Bank of Scotland is hoping to raise awareness of payroll giving in a series of advertisements. In addition corporate giving accounts for 1.3% of pre-tax profits in the US. Read more >
Quiet revolutionaries

Quiet revolutionaries

July 01, 2005 As Bob Geldof focuses the world's attention on aid for Africa, the Shell Foundation publishes an alternative approach to the problem of poverty Read more >
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 >
News round-up (Dec/Jan)

News round-up (Dec/Jan)

January 01, 2005 Research shows that only half of independent financial advisors ask their clients about "ethical concerns". Meanwhile European financial institutions have been accused of benefitting from corruption and profiting from poverty. Read more >
Government schemes

Government schemes

December 01, 2004 The UK government has attempted various policy interventions over recent years to promote corporate citizenship. Here, Roger Cowe examines the highlights and finds there's still work to do. Read more >
Partnerships and community development

Partnerships and community development

May 01, 2004 Rory Sullivan & Michael Warner set out how partnerships, under the right conditions, represent an important and viable alternative to traditional corporate approaches to community development. Briefing readers qualify for a 10% discount - visit www.greenleaf-publishing.com/catalogue/partners.htm Read more >