(22 October 2013) ETUC has published the final report “ Corporate Social Responsibility – Union Thinking on the EU Strategy 2011-2014 for Corporate Social Responsibility”. The publication represents the final output of the CSR project ran by the ETUC in 2012/2013, with the financial support of the European Commission. It identifies trade union priorities in the field of CSR for the years to come, in particular in the framework of the renewed EU strategies. Please find the English and the French versions below for an easy dissemination. Following-up on the activities undertaken so far, the ETUC is now launching a new transnational project which focuses on trade union training. The project aims in particular at responding to the demand for deepening the knowledge about international tools, regulations and principles relating to CSR. The ETUC is now looking for a (team of) expert(s) in charge of producing a training toolkit as well as animating the two training seminars planned as part of the new project. A call for tender has been published in [English->http://www.etuc.org/a/11587] and [French->http://www.etuc.org/a/11588] on the ETUC website Feel free to circulate this call among professionals, consultancies or other experts of your knowledge, should you think they would be interested in the tender and capable to respond to the mentioned qualitative requirements.
Trade union training on CSR - Open call for tender
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