Fabian Demicoli

Consultation on the European Commission’s strategy on CSR 2011-2014

The European Commission has launched
a consultation on its policy on CSR as elaborated in the Communication of 2011.
The aim of this consultation is to come to a future strategy on Corporate
Social Responsibility for the next Commission.

As you know UEAPME criticised
the 2011 Communication as the new definition does not take into account the
voluntary nature of CSR. In addition, nothing was done in order to accompany
SME organisations in their support for SMEs on CSR, as announced in the
Communication.

You can find the consultation
and background information, on the following webpage:

http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sustainable-business/corporate-social-responsibility/public-consultation/index_en.htm

Kindly send
your contribution (filled in questionnaire) or any other general comment or
contribution, not later than 15th
July.

 

 

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