CSR Practitioners’ Training 

This training is designed to enable participants to acquire the skills and competences required to become CSR practitioners through specialized, detailed and highly focused classroom teaching and review of CSR case studies from around the world including Nigeria and other African countries. It provides participants with the tools and necessary practical CSR framework to function as a CSR Practitioner in any part of the world. Emphasis will be on Strategy, Planning, Implementation, Reporting, Review, Impact Assessment and Communication…

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Ethics refers to well-founded standards of right and wrong that prescribe what humans ought to do, usually in terms of rights, obligations,benefits to society, fairness, or specific virtues. Ethics is a set of principles or standards of human conduct that govern the behaviour of individuals ororganizations.

Using these ethical standards, a person or a group of persons or an organization regulate their behaviour to distinguish between what is right and what is wrong as perceived by others. It is natural science but a creation of the human mind.

For this reason, it is not absolute and is open to the influence of time, place and situation. While the conceptualization of SR was, initially, purely in terms of philanthropy or charity. However, the post-liberalization phase has seen a fundamental shift from this philanthropy-based model of SR to a stakeholder- participation based model.

Furthermore, SR is gradually getting fused into companies’ Corporate Governance practices. Both Corporate Governance and SR focus on the ethical practices in the business and the responsiveness of an organisation to its stakeholders and the environment in which it operates. Corporate Governance and SR results into better image of an organisation and directly affects the performance of an organisation.

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