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    CSR Europe, partner of the Disability Hub Europe

    People with disabilities constitute the world’s largest minority. Fostering social and labour inclusion of people with disabilities, while promoting inclusive and sustainable businesses is the final goal of Disability Hub Europe (D-Hub) – a project led by the Fundación ONCE and co-funded by...

    Tuesday, February 5, 2019
    CSR Europe fosters Investor Engagement & Non-Financial Disclosure

    In 2018, under the Management and Transparency Learning Network, CSR Europe organised two working groups on non-financial reporting and investor engagement, promoting the integration of sustainability in management systems and reporting practices.

    Following direct engagement with members on...

    Thursday, January 17, 2019
    Voice your Company Views on Apprenticeship Mobility

    CSR Europe is collecting company views on transnational apprenticeship mobility through a new survey. As apprenticeship mobility is gaining momentum on the European agenda, more Erasmus funds will be allocated to support long-term mobility of apprentices. In effort to shape the future...

    Thursday, January 17, 2019
    Stakeholders Dialogue paves way to Sustainability

    Addressing the systemic challenges of our world cannot be achieved without multi-stakeholder collaboration. Pirelli held a Global Stakeholder Dialogue, facilitated by CSR Europe, to finalise the Implementation Manual of its Sustainable Natural Rubber Policy.

    In October 2017, Pirelli issued...

    Wednesday, January 16, 2019
    Tackling Social Issues in Road Logistics

    On 30 January, CSR Europe organises a workshop with a group of logistics companies to shape a collaborative platform to improve social standards in road transport logistics. Raymond Lausberg, Chief Inspector Highway Police, Liege, Belgium, explains European regulations on wages, social security...

    Wednesday, January 16, 2019
    Europe pushes for Ethical Artificial Intelligence

    In its endeavour to prepare European societies for the digital future, the EU has made progress, but much is still to be done. Loubna Bouarfa is the CEO & Founder of OKRA Technologies and a member of the EU High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence. She provides recommendations to...

    Friday, January 11, 2019
    Paying tax generates pride among employees

    Investors and public sector suppliers are increasingly more aware of the benefits of increased transparency around tax strategy, governance and internal controls. Businesses who take their responsibility in this area seriously say it enhances their employer branding.  As CSR Europe will soon...

    Tuesday, January 8, 2019
    Future of work: 5 Principles for Sustainable Workforce Transitions

    Graduates exiting university will have around 15 jobs in their lifetime, at the same time, a large number of routine and repetitive occupations will be disrupted by technological advancements. These changes will require to rethink employment through the lens of continuous workforce...

    Friday, January 4, 2019
    Future of Work: We have to provide a career path for the next generation

    Technology is developing at an accelerated pace, and reskilling pathways for human capital in Europe is mandatory. This calls for business and academic institutions to work together to guide and prepare young professionals to the changing work landscape. Michel Croisé, President of Sodexo...

    Thursday, November 29, 2018
    Interview with Tommi Raivio: Corporate Digital Responsibility is not just about data

    Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) is rising as the new direction for creating a sustainable future. Tommi Raivio, Project Manager at CSR Europe explains the key challenges to CDR and how CSR Europe can help you step up your game.

    I. What is Corporate Digital Responsibility and why is it...

    Friday, November 9, 2018

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