UCT [email protected] is pleased to present a two-day course on corporate social responsibility, citizenship and business sustainability.
CSR and sustainability concepts are both interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary. Although they are quite popular constructs, they are largely misconstrues and poorly practicalised or implemented. Participants will gain a better understanding of the nuances concerning these concepts as used in developed societies, as well as emerging economies in Africa. The course will benefit businesses, executives, and private individuals who will not only appreciate the extent of their rights and duties, powers and responsibilities in CSR-related (or inspired) legislations in South Africa and beyond, but will also afford them capacity to comply with such CSR or CSR-inspired requirements within the jurisdiction.
The course blends theory and practical insights with an understanding of the complementary concepts of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability. It provides an excellent opportunity for participants to understand how these constructs are conceptualised and put into practice with African countries and in major international regulatory dialogues across the world.
The course will not only appeal to academics, researchers and policy-makers, but will also be applicable to corporate managers, executives and directors, attorneys, legal consultants, compliance officers, and company secretaries, among others.
For more information and enquires, please contact [email protected], UCT Faculty of Law:
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