With MTic-design we aim to create a positive impact on society. That implies that we need to comply with international standards of responsible behavior with regard to the environment, the people we work with and other stakeholders, now and in the future. Therefor, all project partners are requested to comply with the Corporate Social Responsibility policy of the project: CSR Policy MTic-design.
Specifically for the project, requested by the Dutch government, participants should also take notice of the CSR Risk Analysis MTic-design based on reports from MVO Nederland about doing business with Colombia. Being a project of equal cooperation, a risk analysis for doing business with The Netherlands should exist too. Please share your findings related to this topic.
LEADING FOR THE MTIC-DESIGN POLICY ARE:
- OECD Guidelines for multinational enterprises: OECD guidelines
- ILO Declaration on fundamental principles and rights at work: ILO
- UN Convention on Biological Diversity: CBD
- FMO exclusion list: FMO
- ISO 26000 Standard on social responsibility: ISO 26000
OTHER CSR RELATED LINKS:
- Harvard Business Review Article by Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer: Creating Shared Value
- CSR and creating value: CSR Approaches
- OHCHR, Universal Declaration of Human Rights: UN Human rights
- Clear and short explanation of ISO 26000: Discovering ISO 26000 (pdf)
- The Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s report on the Economics of a Circular Economy (an economy in which today’s goods are tomorrow’s resources): Towards the Circular Economy
FOR THE DUTCH PROJECT PARTICIPANTS:
- Stappen naar een MVO-beleid van MVO-Nederland: MVO-steps