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    Businesses helping marginalised immigrants find jobs

    EPIC Programme celebrates 10 years of helping marginalised immigrants including asylum seekers find jobs in Ireland and announces it has supported over 3200 people from 100 nationalities


     The EPIC programme (Employment for People from Immigrant Communities) is a ground-breaking initiative...

    Monday, December 10, 2018
    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
    Become a Business and Human Rights trainer!

    An opportunity exclusively for National Partner and Regional Partner Organisations to enhance their Business and Human Rights expertise to mentor local organisations the value of incorporating Human Rights in day to day business operations.

    National and EU regulations continue to be a trendy...

    Wednesday, May 15, 2019
    BASF produces methanol using biomass balance approach
    • Production with second generation renewable raw materials
    • Reduction of greenhouse gases by at least 50 percent
    • Independent certification of the process
    • Methanol: important raw material for many value chains

    BASF has started production of methanol based on renewable raw materials...

    Monday, November 12, 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
    Interview with Alice Pedretti: Collaboration, a powerful voice to achieve impact in supply chains

    The 3rd EU Raw Materials Week takes place in Brussels between 12 - 16 November 2018. A unique platform for discussion and exchanges on key issues affecting the raw materials community. CSR Europe will present the Drive Sustainability approach on collective actions that enhance impact in specific...

    Thursday, November 8, 2018
    CSR Risk-Check: Free online assessment tool for Corporate Social Responsibility

    The “CSR Risk-Check" Tool is a highly relevant tool for companies and their suppliers engaging and/or investing in developing and emerging countries. The "CSR Risk-Check" Tool enables companies to uncover and assess potential risks such as lack of decent working conditions, violations of land...

    Thursday, October 25, 2018
    Coca Cola's progress against a world without waste

    Coca Cola is committed to creating a World Without Waste by taking responsibility for the packaging they introduce to markets and working to reduce ocean pollution. Below are a few highlights of progress that they have made this year.

    DESIGN: Aspires to create packaging that contains at...

    Wednesday, October 10, 2018
    Digitalisation & work: what future for our jobs?

    A key Brussels event explores the future of work and the evolving role of ICT in the economy

    Brussels, 11 October 2018

    A conference co-organised by CSR Europe and Huawei, taking place in Brussels today, shines a spotlight on how new technologies reshape the way we work. The participants...

    Thursday, October 11, 2018
    Raw Materials Week 2018 (November 12-16, Brussels)

    Following the success of the Raw Materials Week 2017, the 3rd edition of the EU 'Raw Materials Week' will take place from Monday 12 to Friday 16 November 2018 in Brussels. This exciting week will build upon a series of events organised by the European Commission addressing the latest news on raw...

    Friday, October 5, 2018

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