Big business is ready to provide the leadership Europe needs

By |april 24th, 2019|corporate social responsibility, Future of Europe, News|

Big business has not done enough to address citizens’ concerns – which is why populism and protectionism are increasing risks. European companies are now ready to offer leadership on investment in skills, climate change, diversity and inclusion, writes Carl-Henric Svanberg.

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Responsible Business Conduct: Gearing up EU action [Promoted content]

By |april 3rd, 2019|corporate social responsibility, human rights, News, responsible trade, sustainability|

The debate in the EU on responsible business conduct has evolved significantly in the past 5 years. Before the European elections in May, it is time to take stock of where the EU is.

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Tackling youth unemployment and the skills gap

By |november 21st, 2017|corporate social responsibility, European Pact for Youth, European Youth Strategy, News, youth unemployment|

EU and business leaders are very keen to address the high levels of youth unemployment and the emerging skills gap across Europe by offering young people opportunities to play an active role in the European economy, writes Stefan Crets.

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UN Treaty negotiations: A chance for the EU to champion human rights

By |november 2nd, 2017|corporate human rights, corporate social responsibility, News|

Would people still stop for a red traffic light or respect the speed limit if everyone knew they would not be fined? The same applies to corporate accountability, writes Anne van Schaik.

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French development chief: ‘SDGs apply to France in same way as Burkina Faso’

By |april 14th, 2017|Climate Change, corporate social responsibility, France, News, Rémy Rioux, SDGs|

Development agencies have to change their dualist approach to Africa, as it does not correspond to the reality the continent is facing, the head of the French Development Agency told EURACTIV France.

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