Find out more about six CSR and sustainability topics!

Veröffentlicht von: Global Impact Grid
Veröffentlicht am: 04.09.2017 11:03
Rubrik: Wissenschaft & Forschung


(Presseportal openBroadcast) - Erasmus+ project under the name Hi4CSR (Harmonization and implementation of EU CSR Directives) started inOctober 2016 and will last until April of 2018. It is a transeuropean project established by eight European organizations renowned in the field of CSR - RRiF-plus Ltd. (Croatia), The Croatian Institute for CSR – IDOP (Croatia), Abis – The Academy of Business in Society (Belgium), Ekvilib Institute (Slovenia), Global Impact Grid (Germany), LUM University (Italy), Pontis Foundation (Slovakia) and Bridging to the Future (United Kingdom).
Main objectives of the project are adult education, exchange of good practices between project partners regarding harmonization and implementation of EU Directives as well as development of the first CSR Guide which will cover topics ranging from non-financial reporting, eco labelling, water framework directive, food donations and the employment of people with disabilities, to innovation and waste management.
During the last month, Hi4CSR consortium was preparing for the third Learning Activity which will take place from September 11th to September 15th 2017 in Brussels focusing on assessing the current state of play of CSR at the EU level.
Project partners have also researched project topics and published new articles about different subject matters, ranging from recent developments in the field of CSR in two partners’ countries - Slovenia and Germany and new guidelines on non-financial reporting to work-life balance, sustainable investment and the Water Framework Directive,some of which you can find below:
• Right to disconnect: work-life balance necessity or overregulation?
• Commission’s new guidelines to enhance business transparency on social and environmental matters
• Corporate Social Responsibility in Germany
• Millennials are driving interest in sustainable investment
• The Water Framework Directive: Directive 2000/60/EC
• CSR Certificate scheme developed in Slovenia

You can find additional information about the project on the www.hi4csr.com website, write to the consortium at info@hi4csr.com or connect through our social media pages: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube channel.

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