Fabian Demicoli

The European Commission’s strategy on CSR 2011-2014: achievements, shortcomings and future challenge


The aim of this
public consultation is to seek feedback on the achievements, shortcomings and
future challenges of the Commission's activities on Corporate Social
Responsibility (CSR), as outlined in the Commission's 2011 Communication on "A
renewed EU strategy 2011-14 for Corporate Social Responsibility" (COM(2011) 681
).

The
results of this public consultation will be summarised in a technical report
and further inform the preparation of the plenary meeting of the
multi-stakeholder forum on CSR, which is planned for November 2014. These two
events will provide the most essential input for the Commission's work on the
direction of its CSR policy after 2014.

This
consultation must be submitted by 15.08.2014.

 

Further information and a link for
submission can be found at:

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

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