CSR Institute will become the prestigious educational institution people trust, respect and connect with.

 Our mission is to act with integrity for studying and promoting the highest standards in governance, responsibility, aspirations and societal aspects people and businesses are embracing for ensuring sustainable development.

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  • Education
  • Excellence
  • Integrity
  • Respect
  • Trust
  • Truth
TruthGandhi’s 7 Dangers To Human Virtues

1. Business without ethics.
2. Wealth without work.
3. Pleasure without conscience.
4. Knowledge without character.
5. Science without humanity.
6. Religion without sacrifice.
7. Politics without principle.

CSRI is adding:
Liberty without Responsibility
  • Paula Apreutesei - Founder
  • Sanda Foamete - Strategy Advisor – Education
  • Silviu Hotaran - Strategy Advisor - Leadership
  • Neacsu Mariana - Strategy Advisor - Environment
  • Victor Apreutesei - CSR Manager – Legal

 Institutul pentru Studii de Responsabilitate Sociala (The CSR Institute) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization, founded in 2012.

 The initiative to establish The CSR Institute came as a response to the adoption of ISO 26000: 2010 and social responsibility policies launched by the European Commission in October 2011, Directive 95/2014 on non-financial reporting.
Institute for Social Responsibility aims to build a prestigious research institution, engaged in consulting and promoting social responsibility practices.
It was identified the need to set a basic academic background in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), add rigor to existing practices and promote the strategic role that CSR policies play in achieving smart, sustainable growth.

 And it has been also a personal vision of founders, who dream to build a prestigious educational institution.

 There are many definitions for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) but we will use the new definition put forward by Commission: CSR is the responsibility of enterprises for their impacts on society.

 "Respect for applicable legislation, and for collective agreements between social partners, is a prerequisite for meeting that responsibility. To fully meet their corporate social responsibility, enterprises should have in place a process to integrate social,environmental, ethical, human rights and consumer concerns into their business operations and core strategy in close collaboration with their stakeholders, with the aim of:
  • maximising the creation of shared value for their owners/shareholders and for their
    other stakeholders and society at large;
  • identifying, preventing and mitigating their possible adverse impacts."
http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sustainable-business/files/csr/new-csr/act_en.pdf

 High quality academic research should underpin public policies to support corporate social responsibility and feed into the CSR practices of enterprises and other stakeholders
 
 
       
 
 
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