A new UN report suggests that governments now should take forward the agenda that progressive companies and NGOs have developed

In an article at Ethical Corporation, ‘Governments are contemplating what they can do at next year’s sustainable development conference in Rio de Janeiro to encourage a greater contribution from the private sector.’

‘The 2011 edition of the respected UNCTAD World Investment Report (WIR) devotes a section on corporate social responsibility (CSR) in its review of significant global policy developments. As the UN’s lead agency mandated with promoting the integration of developing countries into the world economy, UNCTAD’s focus on CSR reflects a further maturation of the subject.’

To read more visit, http://www.ethicalcorp.com/governance-regulation/scale-csr-then-governments-must-step

Source: Gemma/Ethical Corporation


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