European Forum on CSR: The old feuds are haunting the European Corporate Social Responsibility debate and stifling progress
5 March, by
Will we go back to the old feud between mandatory VS voluntary compliance that kept polarizing the debate on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? The discussions held in the last CSR Forum make us fear not just the status quo – but of the risk of going back 10 years in time.
The European Commission organised on the 3rd and 4th February the Multistakeholder Forum on CSR, gathering hundreds of business and civil society representatives to discuss the future of the European strategy on CSR. Civil Society Organizations came in large numbers with great expectations. Assessing the current (...)
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ECCJ New report identifies recommended EU and Member States actions to tackle barriers to justice
9 February, by
Frank Bold, the European Coalition for Corporate Justice, the European Centre for Constitutional and Human Rights, the Corporate Responsibility Coalition and Sherpa have released the report from their Access to Justice project.
’The EU’s Business: Recommended Actions for the EU and its Member States to Ensure Access to Judicial Remedy for Business-Related Human Rights Impacts’ is the result of a two-year dialogue among legal experts, civil society organizations and decision makers in Europe on how to tackle barriers faced by victims of business abuses seeking justice. The report was (...)
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