Social Dimension of CSR
Objective: In a Masters in Sustainability, it is essential that the social dimension of Corporate Social Responsibility is addressed. Students learn how to better manage the risks of non compliances of international labor standards throughout supply chains worldwide.
Client: Escuela de Organización Industrial
Date: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Place: Madrid, Spain
Quote: “This course provided me with a broad understanding of labor rights in the context of Corporate Responsibility. Her lessons were both theoretical and practical, providing me with the tools and skills to incorporate my knowledge in the workplace.”
“During our 12 hour course on CSR in the supply chain I took more notes than on any other class so far! It was very practical and very eye opening! Actually the consumption needs of the Western world could be pressuring workers into worse working conditions. But are they aware about their rights, to start with? How can we as future CSR managers help improve these conditions? The way a supply chain is managed is of great influence on this. Bottom line is: CSR should be integrated into the business strategy. And most important of all: Change is possible, and we can all contribute to achieving that change!!”
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