This new paper by csr Asia outlines some of the human rights risks that face businesses who operate global value chains and looks at the opportunities for responsible and inclusive business practices. It offers practical recommendations for how businesses can work with other stakeholders to reduce the risk of human rights abuses and modern day slavery within their value chains.
Developed for NPOs/NGOs and governments looking to work more effectively with each other for the purpose of sustainable development, this workshop provides practical steps for putting in place a partnership strategy. It gives a clear understanding of key focus areas to partner on and looks at how to identify the best organisation type to partner with.
Date: 28th April
Venue: NVPC, The Central, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street
csr Asia is hosting our third annual Community Investment (CI) Forum in singapore on 27 April with a focus on Education. Why has “Investing in Education” been selected for this year’s theme? Given extensive corporate support for education, we wanted to engage in dialogue with companies, education-related NGO partners, government education departments, academia and other education providers to understand- Why support education in the first place? … Read more