Corporate Responsibility Coalition
(1998; London; 12 staff; corporate-responsibility.org)
Is a “coalition working to ensure corporations are held accountable for human rights and environmental abuses” towards “an economy in which corporations’ drive for profit is balanced by the interests of society and the environment, with risks and rewards shared more equally.” They advocate for governments “to set standards and hold companies accountable.”
- Research reports
- Government consultation submissions
- Policy briefings
- Practical guides for companies
- Partner publications
- News and blog
- Simply Put: Towards an Effective UK Regime for Environmental and Social Reporting By Companies (May 2011, 28p) – identifies how existing legal requirements could be simplified and streamlined to improve the current social and environmental corporate reporting regime.
- An online calendar of past and upcoming events.
Leadership: Mark Dearn (Director), David Bowman (Chair)