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Majority of Singaporeans in favor of responsible business

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) seems to be an important aspect for businesses--that is if they consider the public opinions of the Singaporean majority. A new survey by YouGov Omnibus states that 88% of Singaporeans believe that businesses must do social good.  

YouGov is a UK-based international online market research agency

ACN promotes anti-corruption at ACE programme

The ASEAN CSR Network had a special participation at the Anti-Corruption Executive (ACE) programme. ACN's CEO Thomas Thomas delivered a talk on the last day of the two-week biennial programme of the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB). His presentation was entitled "Promoting Culture of Business Integrity in ASEAN through Collective Action." 

The programme was attended by local and foreign participants that were interested in discussing the challenges face of anti-corruption agencies. Mr. Thomas contributed to that discussion by sharing the ASEAN experiece 

More information on CPIB and the programme are available here.

Small Grants Fund Recipients / Reports

The Small Grants Fund is to provide supplementary funding to local and regional organisations who are engaged in work to promote Corporate Social responsibility and with an interest to link their work to the ASEAN CSR Vision 2020 initiative.

Awardees need to complete their projects within 6 months of receiving the grant. For more information on the selection criteria and work areas, please click here. 

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Sustainability Consortium of Professionals and Educators (SCOPE)

This was established by ASEAN CSR Network (ACN) and National University of Singapore Business School’s Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO), during the Conference on 'Corporate Governance and Responsibility: Theory meets Practice' held in Singapore from 20 to 22 July 2016.

The Consortium or SCOPE as it is often called is  made up of academics and professionals to promote research, teaching and practice of Sustainability andResponsible Business in the Region. The activities will include conferences, workshops, seminars. Research centres or individuals interested in Sustainability of Businesses could research on this aspect as part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The most important part is that SCOPE is a portal for sharing knowledge and information on Sustainability of Businesses and also a centre to cultivate and nurture the next generation of Leaders in Sustainability.

Those who work in this area and are keen to become members, please do so by clicking here.

We also share the Concept Note here.



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SINGAPORE, Reporting ASEAN (31 August 2016)– Corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate governance are far from new, but they are now becoming norms that merit companies’ investment in and disclosure about them, deeper study by research institutions and their teaching in business schools in Southeast Asia and beyond.