CSR Asia Weekly: Lessons from Bangladesh / Business and children’s rights

CSR Asia Weekly: Lessons from Bangladesh / Business and children’s rights

Vol. 9 Week 17 | 08 May 2013    

HIGHLIGHT


Corporate Community Investment Forum 2013, Singapore

A pioneering forum which will give delegates access to the latest research and trends on corporate community investment in the Asean Region, with a specific focus on impact measurement.

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4-day CSR training course in Bangkok: Development, Poverty Alleviation and Social Business

This course examines the contributions that businesses can make to sustainable development with a particular emphasis on poverty alleviation. It also looks into innovative business practices associated with social enterprises, inclusive business, and the role business can play in poverty reduction by engaging people across the value chain.

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ARTICLES

Ten lessons from the Bangladesh tragedy

In the wake of the building collapse in Bangladesh that killed well over 700 people, it is time to ask some difficult questions about the activities of the brands sourcing from the Rana Plaza complex …Read more

Business and children’s rights –Getting children’s rights on your business radar

This article is also the first of two articles that will examine the issue of business and children’s rights. The articles are part of a focus on the issue which includes: our thought leadership paper on the role businesses can play where vulnerable and street children are concerned; and … Read more


Enroll in the upcoming course of our Professional Master’s in CSR!


Join us for the next module on Development, Poverty Alleviation and Social Business  which can also be taken as a ‘stand-alone’ training course. The module will be delivered in Bangkok over four intensive days from Friday 7 to Monday 10 June 2013. This course examines the contributions that businesses can make to sustainable development with a particular emphasis on poverty alleviation. It also looks into innovative business practices associated with social enterprises, inclusive business, and the role business can play in poverty reduction by engaging people across the value chain. 

Interested applicants can visit the Professional Master’s Degree in CSR webpage or email the programme manager Clelia Daniel at [email protected].