ECCJ ist ein Netzwerk, das aus zivilgesellschaftlichen Organisationen besteht, die zum Thema Unternehmensverantwortung arbeiten. Die Organisation sind entweder einzeln oder im Rahmen einer nationalen Plattform Mitglied von ECCJ.
Zur Zeit gehören zu den Mitgliedern von ECCJ zehn nationale Plattformen (aus Spanien, Italien, Frankreich, UK, Niederlande, Österreich, Deutschland, Dänemark, Schweiz und Norwegen), 6 Organisationen aus Ländern, in denen noch keine nationale Plattform gegründet wurde (Belgien, Irland, Polen, Tschechien, Schweden und Finland), fünf europäische Organisationen (Friends of the Earth Europe, Corporate Europe Observatory, Karat, the European office of Jesuit und Access Info) und eine internationale Organisation (FIDH).
Östereich - Belgien - Tschechische Republik - Dänemark - Europäische Organisationen - Finnland - Frankreich - Deutschland - Internationale Organisationen - Italien - Niederlande - Norwegen - Polen - Spanien - Schweden - Schweiz - Vereinigtes Königreich -
NeSoVe hat sich im Jahr 2006 als Netzwerk von NGOs und ArbeitnehmerInnenvertretungen gegründet, die die Anspruchslosigkeit der gesteckten Ziele der im CSR-Bereich tätigen Unternehmen kritisieren und den Widerspruch zwischen behaupteten und gut vermarkteten Errungenschaften und der gar nicht so beeindruckenden Praxis sehen. NeSoVe fordert die Implementierung von sozialen, ökologischen und menschenrechtlichen Kriterien als Grundprinzipien unternehmerischen Handelns.
Ziel von NeSoVe war daher von Anfang an die Festlegung verbindlicher anspruchsvoller Kriterien für freiwillige CSR-Maßnahmen gepaart mit der Überprüfung und ggfs. Veränderung bereits bestehender gesetzlicher Regelungen für alle Unternehmen auf nationaler, europäischer und internationaler Ebene.
Durch den Zusammenschluss gibt NeSoVe den von Unternehmenspolitik betroffenen Stakeholdern (ArbeitnehmerInnen, VerbraucherInnen und NGOs) ein stärkeres Gewicht und verbessert damit die Bedingungen zur Durchsetzung gesellschaftlicher Verantwortlichkeit als Prinzip des wirtschaftlichen Handelns.
Online ansehen : http://www.netzwerksozialeverantwor...
Gresea is a Brussels-based research centre with NGO status, founded in 1978 by members of trade Unions, development NGOs, the academic community and international organisations. Main areas of focus include counter-economics, corporate accountability and monitoring of transnational companies.
Online ansehen : www.gresea.be
Frank Bold is a fifty-person law firm operating six branches in three EU countries, serving individuals, municipalities and businesses. Frank Bold is showing new ways to combine for-profit as well as non-profit approaches in the most effective ways to deliver solutions for present-day challenges.
Frank Bold provide its legal expertise in corporate accountability to the European institutions as well as to NGOs in many countries and support civil society in human rights, environmental, and anticorruption cases.
Online ansehen : www.frankbold.org
The Danish 92 Group is a coalition of 20 Danish NGO’s working on issues related to environment and development. The Danish 92 Group was established in 1991 with the mandate of co-ordinating the Danish NGOs’ preparations of United Nation’s Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro, 1992.
Online ansehen : http://www.92grp.dk/
Access Info Europe is a human rights organisation dedicated to promoting and protecting the right of access to information in Europe as a tool for defending civil liberties and human rights, for facilitating public participation in decision-making and for holding governments accountable.
Access Info’s mission is that the right of access to information be enshrined in law and work in practice.
Access Info was created in June 2006 to meet a need in Europe for an organisation dedicated to promoting the right of access to information. We work to defend access to information as a fundamental human right in and of itself, and as an instrumental right which is essential for participation in government decision-making, for holding governments accountable, and for defence of other human rights.
Online ansehen : http://www.access-info.org/
CEO is a European-based research and campaign group targeting the threats to democracy, equity, social justice and the environment posed by the economic and political power of corporations and their lobby groups.
Online ansehen : http://www.corporateeurope.org/
Friends of the Earth Europe
The largest grassroots environmental network in Europe campaigning for sustainable solutions to benefit the planet, people and our common future. FoE Europe influences European and EU policy and raises public awareness by providing institutions, media and the public with regular information via campaigns, publications and events.
Online ansehen : www.foeeurope.org
Karat is a regional coalition of organizations and individuals that works to ensure gender equality in the CEE/CIS countries, monitors the implementation of international agreements and lobbies for the needs and concerns of women in the region at all levels of decision-making fora. Our objectives are the promotion of gender-responsive policy, decision-making and alignment of national policy and legislation in all countries in the region with international standards and agreements and contribution to the stability and peace in the region.
Online ansehen : http://www.karat.org/
JESC, the Jesuit European Social Centre, present in Brussels, Budapest and Warsaw, is a Jesuit network of offices working on general issues of the European Union and the Council of Europe. In its work on the relationship between the EU and other continents its principal focus is on social justice. Within OCIPE, the RPAN project (’Relational Peace Advocacy Project’) works on the theme of corporate social responsibility in relation to the Democratic Republic of Congo: therefore, focusing on the exploitation of natural resources, human rights, impunity and connected matters.
Online ansehen : http://jesc.eu/
Finnwatch monitors Finnish companies in developing countries and economies in transition. We are interested in the consequences of Finnish companies’ operations on human and labour rights, the environment and developmental and social consequences in the South. Finnwatch is also a national platform for Finnish NGOs active in CSR advocacy.
Finnwatch’s member organisations are: Finn Church Aid, Kepa (Service Centre for Development Cooperation), SASK (Trade Union Solidarity Centre of Finland), Friends of the Earth Finland, Finnish Association for Nature Conservation, Attac Finland and Pro Ethical Trade Finland.
Online ansehen : www.finnwatch.org
The forum has two objectives ; to favour the development of common position by its members in the aim of promoting national, European and international CSR frameworks and to develop ad common resource centre that will help develop instruments and a space for independent evaluation of practices. Its members include NGOs: Friends of the Earth France, Amnesty International France, CRID (Centre for Research and Information for Development), France Nature Environment, Greenpeace France and Alternatives Economiques; and Trade Unions CFDT and CGT
Online ansehen : www.forumcitoyenpourlarse.org
Human rights organisations, trade unions, development organisations and church organisa-tions, consumers’ associations and environment associations as well as other civil society organisations centred on socio-political issues work together in the CorA Network. We collabo-rate within various fields to promote corporate accountability directed towards the public good, and use a variety of instruments and approaches to achieve this goal.
Online ansehen : www.cora-netz.de
FIDH’ s mandate is to contribute to the respect of all the rights defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. FIDH aims at obtaining effective improvements in the protection of victims, the prevention of Human Rights violations and the sanction of their perpetrators.
Online ansehen : http://www.fidh.org/
Manitese represents the Italian campaign "Meno Beneficenza, piu diritti", whose aim is to promote a regulatory framework, at European and Italian levels, guaranteeing socially responsible behaviour of enterprises worldwide. Arci, Amnesty International, Azione Aiuto, FAIR, Legambiente, Coordinamento Lombardo Nord Sud, CTM Altromercato, Libera, Cittadinanza attiva, Banca Etica, Unimondo, Save the children, Transfair Italia, Beati i costruttori di pace and Mani tese are supporting this campaign.
Mani Tese is a non governmental development organization operating at national and international level to further justice, solidarity and respect among peoples through: raising public awareness on the causes of poverty in the South and lobbying policy makers and institutions and implementing development projects which beside responding to the needs of the poor may initiate a process of self determination and self reliance.
Online ansehen : http://www.manitese.it/landing/
The MVO Platform (the Dutch CSR Platform) is a network of 35 Dutch civil society organisations working togehter in the field of corporate social responsibility. The goal of the MVO Platform is to stimulate, facilitate and coordinate activities of the different member organizations in order to reinforce each other’s efforts. The emphasis of the MVO Platform lies on issues dealing with CSR in developing countries.
Online ansehen : MVO Platform
ForUM is a network of more than 50 non-government organisations that focus on environment and development. ForUM provides a meeting place where a professional level in the strategic and factual debate is maintained, where initiatives to forward sustainable devlopment are created, and where strategies for influencing policy makers are developed. ForUM participates in international political processes, and facilitates contacts and the exchange of experience and resources (especially people) between Norwegian and international organisations.
Online ansehen : http://www.forumfor.no/
CentrumCSR.PL is an independent organization being built by individuals wanting to establish a center for disseminating and researching the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR). We wouldn’t like to be seen as an organization bound by the priorities given to CSR by any particular group of stakeholders. Nevertheless, we wish to contribute to incorporating the representation of broadly seen civil society into the debate over the shape of CSR in Poland. We hope to contribute to the creation of the platform for multi stakeholder dialogue. CentrumCSR.PL is not a corp-watch organization. The formula of think-tank is more interesting for us.
Online ansehen : http://www.centrumcsr.pl/
Observatorio de RSC is an independent civil society coalition dedicated to promote the correct interpretation and implementation of CSR policies, maintaining dialogue with the private and public sector, researching and awareness building.
Online ansehen : www.observatoriorsc.org
The coalition is a network of Swedish civil society actors with the aim of influencing policy makers, disseminating information, drive public opinion and implement targeted or general activities in order to regulate Swedish companies to prevent adverse effect on people, communities and the environment.
MultiWatch, a coalition made up of 16 member organisations from Switzerland, calls attention to human rights violation directly or indirectly committed by transnational companies that are based in Switzerland. Furthermore, the organisation aims for the implementation of binding norms for transnational companies in Switzerland.
Online ansehen : http://www.multiwatch.ch/
The Corporate Responsibility (CORE) Coalition set up in 2001, represents over 130 charities and campaigning organisations such as Amnesty International UK, Friends of the Earth, Christian Aid and War on Want, faith-based groups like Christian Ecology Link, community organisations such as the National Federation of Women’s Institutes, unions such as AMICUS, GMB, UNISON and TGWU, businesses such as Unity Trust Bank, academic institutions like the University of Dundee and elected representatives - local councillors, members of the UK Parliaments and Assemblies and Members of the European Parliament.
Online ansehen : www.corporate-responsibility.org