Results for Policy & Research

Dominique Bé: the European view

Dominique Bé: the European view

April 01, 2005 The head of the development of EU CSR policy development argues public policies must shift up a gear and work harder to engender deeper trust from consumers, investors and society. Read more >
Corporate manslaughter bill introduced

Corporate manslaughter bill introduced

April 01, 2005 The corporate manslaughter bill has been a long time in consultation, though the unions remain disappointed it does not create a duty to promote health and safety. It does however make explicit the duty of directors to consider wider circumstances. Read more >
News round-up Apr/May 05

News round-up Apr/May 05

April 01, 2005 Senior managers at Citigroup are pushing forward a drive to improve the company's ethics and integrity whilst the DTI on March 17 published a white paper for consultation, setting out its proposals for a Company Law Reform Bill. Read more >
News round-up Apr/May 05

News round-up Apr/May 05

April 01, 2005 In the run-up to the election, the government announces a raft of sustainability initiatives, suggesting there may be more to life (and the election) than just the economy. Read more >
Practitioner policies

Practitioner policies

December 24, 2004 With changes in the government's CSR office, Ben Stimson sets out how and why CSR professionals are working together to ensure their voice is heard at the policy making table. 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 >
Swapping perspectives

Swapping perspectives

December 01, 2004 The government has tried to engage the private sector in numerous regeneration initiatives – the New Deal, Neighbourhood Renewal Strategy and Sustainable Communities to name just a few. But, Andrew Carter argues, public agencies need to begin seeing things from a business perspective if they are ever going to successfully engage the private sector. Read more >