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Corporate Responsibility Initiatives

USCIB Corporate Responsibility Committee

 

Compendium of Corporate Responsibility Initiatives

 

August 2005

 

 

Preface

 

The USCIB Compendium of Corporate Responsibility Initiatives provides a brief overview of several corporate responsibility initiatives available for companies to implement.  The compendium details key information on 25 of the major corporate responsibility initiatives through an objective survey of the information contained in the initiatives or made available by the organizations promoting them.  It is intended for use as a reference guide for companies to compare initiatives and identify sources of further information.  The initiatives are organized by the type of institution from which they originated: governmental and intergovernmental, private sector, and non-governmental organization.  Within these categories, each initiative is introduced by a summary page highlighting several key characteristics of the code, such as the sponsor, the principles covered and the implementation procedures.  In addition, at the bottom of each summary page is a web link to the complete online version of the code of conduct.

 

 

I.                    Introduction

 

II.                  Governmental and Intergovernmental Initiatives

 

III.                Company-led Initiatives

 

IV.                NGO-led Initiatives

 

V.                  Information Sources

 

 

 





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