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Discover the Agenda of CSR Europe & EBS' 2020 Sustainability Summit

 

CSR Europe in joint partnership with the European Business Summit (EBS) will host "Transforming Business for a Sustainable Europe". The event will be marked by the inauguration of the European Pact for Sustainable Industry. View the Agenda of the Event! Would you like to position your company as a sustainability leader? Discover our sponsorship offer. READ MORE

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Collaboration to Transform Businesses for a Sustainable Europe

At CSR Europe’s annual Public Affair Meeting, hosted on 11 February, stakeholders recognized the key role of collaboration in achieving the ambitions of the Green Deal. According to Jakob W. Friis, Commissioner Gentiloni’s Deputy Head of Cabinet, increased efforts by member states, regions, civil society will be key to implement the Green Deal in the short term. For this reason, CSR Europe will inaugurate the European Pact for Sustainable Industry at the European Business Summit 2020, on 10-11 June. Register Now.  READ MORE.

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How to Build the STEM Workforce Your Company Needs

 

The European economy is driven by knowledge, yet persisting lack of diversity in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) pipeline causes strain on business performance. Together with Samsung, Amgen, Johnson & Johnson and IBM, CSR Europe is recruiting new members for our collaborative platform to promote STEM education and professions through sustainable business collaboration in Europe. READ MORE.

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Upskilling for Lifelong Employment

 

With the new pilot project Upskill4Future, CSR Europe is supporting companies in preparing their human resources for a digital future. Register to the upcoming webinar on “Workforce Transformation”, on 12 March 2020. We will share best practices on how HR transformation can support companies and the employability of their most vulnerable workers. READ MORE

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What is Your Company’s Position on Due Diligence?

 

Two out of three business in the EU are not undertaking a due diligence effort which considers all human rights and environmental impacts. This is the conclusion of the report recently published by the European’s Commission Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers. On 10 March, CSR Europe will publish for its members an Issue-Insight, with an in-depth analysis of the report. How can companies have a real impact on the ground? By collaborating with all the relevant stakeholders to improve the supply-chain and secure sustainable sourcing. Discover our programme to support companies in moving “Beyond Due Diligence”. READ MORE

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One-Stop Shop to Add Value for African and European Businesses

 

CSR Europe is working with leading multinational companies to create an innovation hub for skills and business development in key african countries. Does your company have sustainability projects in Morocco, Zambia? Or is your company interested in expanding its activities in these countries? Discover the benefits of joining the  Collaborative Platform onSustainable and Upgraded Value Chains in Europe & Africa”. READ MORE.

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Join us for a Webinar on GRI's Tax Standard – Opportunities for More Tax Transparency

 

Public reporting on tax can help governments in making sure that organizations are contributing to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. The recently released GRI Tax Standard is the first global sustainability standard for public country-by-country reporting on tax. Join us at the GRI Webinar on “Tax Standard- Opportunities for more tax transparency”. We will cover the session on “GRI Tax Standard in practice: How to support companies towards a more transparent and responsible tax behaviour”. READ MORE

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Improve Your Company’s Climate-Related Reporting

Companies are still struggling to assess, report and act on climate risks according to the latest report co-created by CSR Europe and the other members of the Project Task Force on Climate-Related Reporting, facilitated by the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG). Metrics, scenario analysis and materiality assessment are key to generate and disclose useful climate-related information. Discover CSR Europe’s Materiality Assessment Service.  READ MORE.

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Calendar of Events 2020
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