CSR Europe, The Business Network for Corporate Social Responsibility
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Ms Celia Moore
Chair of the Board of Directors
Mr Jan Noterdaeme
Senior Advisor on External Relations
CSR Europe is the leading European business network for corporate social responsibility (CSR) with around 60 multinational member companies and 41 national partner organisations in 32 countries across Europe, reaching out to more than 10000 companies worldwide. CSR Europe acts as the European platform for companies and their stakeholders to exchange and cooperate to make themselves and Europe global leaders in sustainable competitiveness and societal wellbeing. The network was established in 1995 by senior European business leaders in response to an appeal by the European Commission President Jacques Delors.
EU CSR Strategy, Non-Financial Reporting Directive, Youth Guarantee, European Alliance on Apprenticeships, Digital Jobs, European Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing, Joint Action on Mental Health, EU Health Strategy, Circular Economy, Resource-efficient Europe
- European Business Campaign on Skills for Jobs
- Deploy your Talents - STEM
- Entrepreneurship for Job Creation
- Quality Internships & Apprenticeships
- Rethinking Careers
- European Business Campaign on Sustainable Living in Cities
- Business and Human Rights
- Maturity and Integration of Sustainability Management
- Healthy Lifestyles - Mental Health Focus
- European Diversity Charters
Coordination Committee of EU CSR Multistakeholder Forum
Expert Group on Non-Financial Reporting Directive
As a business network for corporate social responsibility, CSR Europe provides a platform for learning and best practice exchange, facilitates joint projects between companies and stakeholders, and promotes dialogue between European businesses and policymakers on issues related to the role of business in addressing societal challenges.
In October 2010, CSR Europe launched a joint Enterprise 2020 initiative to address societal challenges through collaborative action and shape the business contribution to the European Union’s Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.
Since its launch, Enterprise 2020 has become the reference initiative for the ideal company of the future and forms the umbrella for all CSR Europe activities. In the framework of Enterprise 2020, CSR Europe has launched in 2013 the European Business Campaign on Skills for Jobs to foster employment and workplace innovation. In 2014, CSR Europe has launched the European Business Campaign on Sustainable Living in Cities to enhance business-city collaboration in the area of sustainability.
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CSR Europe has 3 employees who are completely responsible for the relations and collaboration with the EU institutions. Other colleagues are involved in EU projects (eg. diversity) or supporting the activities.
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Corporate members: http://www.csreurope.org/corporate-members
National Partner Organisations: http://www.csreurope.org/national-partner-organisations
CSR Europe is represented in the following:
- ABIS – The Academy of Business in Society (CSR Europe is represented in the Board of Directors and CSR Europe’s President also serves as ABIS President)
- The European Multi-Stakeholder Forum on CSR (founding member and member of the Coordination Committee)
- United Nations Global Compact (Business Association stakeholder)
- The European Alliance for CSR
In the framework of its activities and projects, CSR Europe engages in dialogue and cooperation with a wide variety of organisations and networks working on issues related to corporate social responsibility.
01/2014 - 12/2014
European Commission (DG Justice) - JUST/2013/DISC/PR/0153/A4
European Commission (DG ENTR) - Design MTS - 41/G/ENT/CIP/12//E/N02S001; European Commission - Entrepreneurial Skills Pass (540311-LLP-1-2013-1-DK-LEONARDO-LNW
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