Results for Policy & Research

Protest voting

Protest voting

June 01, 2001 Riots in Sweden, low turnouts in elections – are governments forsaking their responsibilities? Read more >
Labour, business and the second term

Labour, business and the second term

June 01, 2001 After a dull campaign, low turnout and another huge majority, what does Labour’s re-election mean for business involvement in social issues? And how should companies respond? Mike Tuffrey examines the prospects. Read more >
Georg Kell: the UN’s Global Compact, one year on

Georg Kell: the UN’s Global Compact, one year on

June 01, 2001 July sees the first anniversary of the launch of the United Nations’ Global Compact with companies. Georg Kell, who leads the Compact’s development from the Secretary-General’s office, reflects on the Compact’s genesis, and gives a preview of the first year’s activity report. Read more >
Public policy April 01

Public policy April 01

April 01, 2001 In the run up to the UK general election, corporate social responsibility is under renewed public debate – not all of it well informed. Read more >
Seeking prosperity in a disunited world

Seeking prosperity in a disunited world

February 01, 2000 Riots in Seattle, protests in Davos, discord between developed and developing worlds: can companies counter growing opposition to globalisation by endorsing the UN’s Global Compact? Read more >
Mind the skills gap

Mind the skills gap

February 01, 2000 Two years on from the start of the government’s New Deal youth employment scheme, education and training remains as high as ever on the national agenda of economic concerns. Read more >
Corporate citizens north of the border

Corporate citizens north of the border

August 01, 1999 The Queen's opening of the new Parliament in Edinburgh marked the assembly of a Scottish Parliament for the first time since 1707. Here John Griffiths looks for the signs that these constitutional changes have initiated a different type of corporate citizenship activity north of the border. Read more >