- Week 1. Introduction
Week 1. Introduction
- Week 1 Assigment
Week 1 Assigment
Write a short literature review of what has been discussed on the role of institutions in CSR and Sustainable Development .
- Week 2. CSR Definitions
Week 2. CSR Definitions
- Week 2: Discussion Assignment
Week 2: Discussion Assignment
Discuss and comment on the models and definitions presented by selected authors and organizations.
- Week 3: Research Assignment
Week 3: Research Assignment
Can we measure the impact of CSR on the state of the World today? Justify with a case study of a UN agency that has impacted the way individuals or organisations behave on issues related to sustainable development.
- Week 4: Writing Assignment
Week 4: Writing Assignment
Where is CSR today? Summarize the latest achievements in terms of SDG goals according to the article 'Strategic CSR and Competitive Advantage' by Dr Michael Hopkins.
- Week 5: Reading Assignment
Week 5: Reading Assignment
Recommended readings on how the UN and international agencies are handling the issues on CSR and Sustainable Development. List out the 17 SDG (sustainable development goals) and how they affect your worldview.
- Week 6: Literature review on CSR
Week 6: Literature review on CSR
View the list of audio-visual documentaries on this topic. See '1950s advertisements' on CSR and Sustainable Development and their impact on your understanding of UN SDGs.
- Topic 1: Discussion question 1
Topic 1: Discussion question 1
Should CSR be compulsory? Give pro- and con- arguments.
- Topic 2: On ISO 26000 and GRI
Topic 2: On ISO 26000 and GRI
- Topic 3: Integrated Reporting (IIRC)
Topic 3: Integrated Reporting (IIRC)
- Topic 4: Is CSR philanthropy?
Topic 4: Is CSR philanthropy?
Recommended Readings for discussion
- Week 8: Action plan
Week 8: Action plan
1) Communicating your CSR and Sustainability: 7 steps
2) CSR in context : Case studies
- Tell us your opinion : End of course Quiz
Tell us your opinion : End of course Quiz
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Again, thank you for joining us and hope to see you at one of our CSR Meetups that occur monthly, in collaboration with Globethics.net Academy and other like-minded partners in major cities around the world.
Dr. Michael Hopkins, President and Founder of MCH International
Dr Anh Tho Andres-Kammler, Globethics.net Academy, Programme Executive, Ethics in Higher Education