Supporting companies towards stewardship

Building hope on the African continent

A South African University have restated their mission to be true builders of hope on the African continent, and to blaze new trails with a “science for society” strategy that puts its strengths and expertise at the service of human need. The project, that has received considerable funding from internal and external sources, enables research […]

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Strengthening leadership in a family business

In the past more businesses were managed according to the long-term interests of the owners and their families. One peer-based learning organisation in the UK employs transformative learning techniques to help a large family business retain its core values of independence, creativity, innovation and quality, sustainability, globally responsible practice and financial conservatism.  Institutions: Oasis: School of […]

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Collaborating for a sustainable future

A US university provides a service to society by blending scientific research, education and practical solutions, while helping support companies towards stewardship by bringing together the people and tools needed to address some of the world’s most difficult problems, from climate change and environmental degradation, to poverty, disease and the sustainable use of resources. Institution: Columbia University […]

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A national vision of companies as agents of change

A Peruvian Business School ensures that national, regional or urban issues are integral to coursework on each degree program they offer. Corporate Social Responsibility is a fundamental criterion in all grading, and most of the final reports are considered for publication, thus ensuring they have a national impact. They are also supporting a national initiative to promote Corporate Social Responsibility.

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Towards an economy that serves each individual

A public interest organisation in Switzerland believes that globalization can and should serve and enhance the common good. At an international summit hosted annually they bring together over 200 entrepreneurs, economists, politicians and NGO representatives for the purpose of bringing more humanity into the process of globalization and making practical recommendations to leaders for an economy serving the human person and the common good. They aim to inspire and equip an emerging generation of leaders who may implement key recommendations from these Summit meetings through a number of selected projects.

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