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2010

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)
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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 Opendemocracy.net, "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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