Corporate Social Responsibilty (CSR)

According to the UN Industrial Development Organization, CSR is defined as “a management concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and interactions with their stakeholders”

The Library has many resources to help you understand or do research about this topic. Here are a few selections:

Streaming Films

Ted Talks logo TED Talks: Social Good, Inc.  A playlist exploring the theme that “businesses have the resources to make contributions to the collective good”.

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The Responsibility Revolution (47:06)
Today’s corporate leaders increasingly recognize that doing good is good for business. But how does innovation fit into the 21st-century framework of social and global responsibility? This program looks at green business practices and management as springboards for achievement and profit.

The New CSR: Collaborative Social Responsibility (45:30)
“If a company searches out connections with other organizations, it will likely achieve greater awareness of its role in society—and that benefits everyone. This CNBC program offers fascinating examples, from partnering with non-profits to assisting with medical outreach to helping create sustainable supply chains.”


Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire (CSRwire) is a leading source of CSR and sustainability news, reports, events and information:

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