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24 March 2010
Hauser Center launches Initiative for Responsible Investment

22 March 2010
Mark Kramer in The Philippine Star: "Social programs are part of good business strategy."

18 March 2010
Rachel Davis spoke at the Commonwealth Secretariat in London on a panel with Aidan Davey, ICMM

18 March 2010
John Sherman blogs, "Welcome to the Remedy Zone" (on BASESwiki).
John Sherman blogs, "Knowledge of Human Rights: Company Friend or Enemy?" (on Institute for Human Rights and Business)

17 March 2010
CSRI and Brookings Institution's Middle East Youth Initiative Convene Roundtable on Social Entrepreneurship and Social Investment in the Middle East | pdf

2 March 2010
CSR International Profiles John Ruggie and Jane Nelson

1 March 2010
Keynote Address by SRSG John Ruggie “Engaging Business: Addressing Respect for Human Rights”

28 February 2010
Jane Nelson Moderates "Corporate Changemakers" Panel at HKS/HBS Social Enterprise Conference

20 February 2010
Vanessa Zimmerman Video Blog on Business and Human Rights

5 February 2010
Harvard Kennedy Students Get Davos Debrief

28 January 2010
Simon Zadek Blogs from Davos, "Davos vs. Copenhagen: It's a Knockout"

25 January 2010
Jane Nelson Delivers Keynote at 2010 Global Competitiveness Forum in Riyadh

25 January 2010
Anne Habiby and AllWorld Networks Celebrate Announcement of Second Saudi Fast Growth 100

7 January 2010
Christine Bader Profiled in FastCompany's, "CSR 2010 Resolutions and Predictions from Business and Social Sector Leaders"

6 January 2010
CSRI Launches BASESwiki 2.0: Online Dispute Resolution Website Becomes a Community Wiki

January 2010
Simon Zadek Blogs on the Copenhagen Accord at, "Learn from Copenhagen's Failure"

3 January 2010
John Ruggie's Work as UN SRSG for Business and Human Rights Discussed in The Financial Times, "Time to Redraw the Battle Lines"





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