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Thursday, May 26, 2005
  Corporate social responsibility: perspectives from the South
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What does Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) mean in a country like Angola for instance, where large oil companies operate in a society dominated by inequality, violence and poverty? Publication from the CSR Worldwide Week where 18 experts from all over the world met to share their knowledge and experience on CSR. Edited by India Committee of the Netherlands, NiZA, Novib (Oxfam Netherlands), SOMO, MVO Platform and Red Puentes. In English, French and Spanish.www.mvo-platform.nl

CSR-Perspectives_from_the_South_20050510.pdf (2380 Kb)
Internationaal, Angola , DRC , Europa , West-Afrika
Themes: Conflict, Economy, Human rights, NGO's (African), NGO's (North)
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Author: Karolien Bais - SOMO - 2005-05-10
 
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