Should CSR be regulated to the point of being legislated?

Amongst all on offer, there was also an engaging debate at the 2012 Asian Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility (AFCSR), held in Manila, Philippines on October 18 and 19. The motion was: Should CSR be regulated to the point of being legislated? Arguing for the motion were Catherine Coumans, Research Director, Mining Watch, Canada and […]

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Internalizing CSR – The Top 3 Essential Elements

As we look back at the first decade of the 21st century, taking a very broad overview, reflecting over all areas of human action, the overall picture seems quite dismal for the people on this planet. This may sound like a sweeping statement, but is really the answer if we are in agreement on the […]

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Professor Felipe b. Alfonso Professor Felipe b. Alfonso is currently the Vice-Chairman, Board of Trustees, of the AIM Scientific Research Foundation, Philippines, and the Executive Director of the Asian Forum for Corporate Social Responsibility (AFCSR). Two entities that he is inextricably linked with. tbl?s Editorial Director Khadeeja Balkhi and Editor- n-Chief, Zohare Ali Shariff had […]

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Success Profiled: Ameena Saiyid

Ameena Saiyid What is the true measure of success? What is success itself? To answer the second question first, the achievement of material well-being, of great wealth, or of a high social status, is generally perceived as success in everyday terms. A base level definition, this needs further refinement. Take it a few notches higher […]

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