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Time (Greece): 17:00-18:30

Location: online[/vc_message][vc_column_text el_class="blue-text"]CSR HELLAS is participating for yet another year in the European SDG Summit (11-14 October 2021), during which it is co-organizing a cross-national roundtable titled “The Role of Sustainability Education & Certification”.

The roundtable discussion is co-organized by CSR HELLAS and National Partner Organizations (NPOs) Forética (Spain) and CSR Cyprus (Cyprus).[/vc_column_text][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][vc_column_text el_class="blue-text"]The detailed concept note of the roundtable is available below:

The European Pact for Sustainable Industry (P4SI), which launched last year, has received a warm welcome by the European Commission as heading in the right direction and coming at the right time to support Europe’s aims and goals for a more transparent and sustainable business environment. In that regard, European business associations are eagerly coming closer to CSR Europe in working together for the achievement of the P4SI. Equally important to the successful implementation of the P4SI at European Level is the effectuation of similar adequate initiatives at local/national levels across Europe. Especially for countries which faced the consequences of long-lasting financial crises for almost a decade, such as Greece, Spain and Cyprus, there is an evident need to provide support towards both business associations and SMEs, especially those that are participating in wider supply chains.

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Already, the CSR Business Networks of the aforementioned countries, as National Partner Organisations of CSR Europe, have begun communications and information activities with business associations, federations, and co-federations in presenting the P4SI, while examining possibilities for further development of valuable collaborations.

In this Webinar during the European SDGs Summit the target is to present diverse approaches to collaboration within the P4SI frame, at local level in different areas of Europe and with different parties. Representatives of Industry and SME- associations will share their experience from cooperation with the CSR Networks in achieving the goals set locally while adding value to the European approach of the P4SI. Also, business representatives from leading firms will share their thoughts in partnering with peers within their own sectors, as well as with other businesses throughout their supply chains, in a joint effort to striving to enhance maturity levels on both sides.

Given that, just a few days ago, the EC announced its regulatory initiatives for a more unifying and transparent business environment, this Webinar will be an opportunity for showcasing progress being made in that regard, at local/national level, with the participation of all parties affected by the regulation-, that is, primarily large businesses and SMEs, but also business associations as supporters in this transition process towards the adoption of sustainable business models.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_btn title="Register to the EU SDG Summit HERE" size="lg" align="center" link="url:https%3A%2F%2Fna.eventscloud.com%2Fereg%2Findex.php%3Feventid%3D620312|target:_blank" el_class="global-button"][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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Location: online[/vc_message][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_column_text el_class="blue-text"]CSR HELLAS is participating for yet another year in the European SDG Summit (11-14 October 2021), during which it is co-organizing a cross-national roundtable titled “The Role of Sustainability Education & Certification”.

The roundtable discussion is co-organized by CSR HELLAS, IRDO - Institute for the Development of Social Responsibility (Slovenia), Ekvilib Institute (Slovenia), The Shift (Belgium), and NGO The Shifters (Belgium). The aim of this roundtable is to create platforms for dialogue on education and certification related to sustainability and CSR. The business associations and organisations participating have all implemented pioneering training programmes and/or certification schemes for sustainability and CSR, each one in its country of operation. These training programmes help bridge the skills gap in sustainability professions, whereas CSR and sustainability certification schemes are powerful tools in building stakeholder trust. To that end, this roundtable will take the form of two panel discussions: one on education and training in sustainability and CSR (Panel A), and one on sustainable and responsible business certification (Panel B).

The two discussion panels of the roundtable will feature experts from business, academia, and National Partner Organisations (NPOs) of CSR Europe, as it is important not only to present the point of view of the organisations offering the training or certification (reasons for developing a training programme or certification scheme, relevant achievements so far, future plans etc.), but also that of a training or certification beneficiary (why choose to be trained or certified, added value of training or certification to their career/business function etc). Both panels are mainly targeting businesses, but also the public sector, academia and NGOs, and there will be time at the end for questions from the audience.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text el_class="blue-text"]The detailed concept note of the roundtable is available below:
A responsible and sustainable business can build greater trust and strengthen its relationships to its stakeholders on every level, including its consumers, employees, investors and the communities it operates in, which generates greater value over time. Applying sustainable business practices can also help reduce costs, and drive innovation. Consequently, there is a growing need for quantification of a company’s commitment to sustainability and its overall performance. Moreover, as companies work towards net zero emissions and meeting the requirements of the Paris Agreement, jobs that help foster corporate sustainability are becoming more common. Unfortunately, as it is an emerging profession profile, a significant skills gap has been identified in both big corporations and SMEs. The aim of this roundtable is to create platforms for dialogue on education and certification related to sustainability and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). The business associations participating have all implemented pioneering training programmes and/or certification schemes for sustainability and CSR, each one in its country of operation. These training programmes help bridge the skills gap in sustainability professions, whereas CSR and sustainability certification schemes are powerful tools in building stakeholder trust. To that end, this roundtable will take the form of two panel discussions: one on education and training in sustainability and CSR, and one on sustainable and responsible business certification. During the live discussions some key issues will be addressed. What are the skills that every Sustainability and CSR professional nowadays needs? How equipped are professionals from all business functions in managing CSR aspects and what skills should they be equipped with? What is the role of secondary and tertiary education in acquiring such skills? What is it exactly that CSR certification schemes certify? What are the benefits for businesses of hiring professionals skilled in CSR? What can a CSR certification offer to a company? The two discussion panels of the roundtable will feature experts from business, academia, and National Partner Organisations (NPOs) of CSR Europe. It is important not only to present the point of view of the organisations offering the training or certification (reasons for developing a training programme or certification scheme, relevant achievements so far, future plans etc.), but also that of a training or certification beneficiary (why choose to be trained or certified, added value of training or certification to their career/business function etc). Both panels are mainly targeting businesses, but also the public sector, academia and NGOs, and there will be time at the end for questions from the audience. Panel A: Strengthening corporate trust through education and training in Sustainability and CSR This panel will focus on the rising need for educating higher education students in Sustainability and CSR principles, and the market demand for professionals skilled in Sustainability and CSR. To set the scene, a representative from Deloitte will give present the emerging role of Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO), the conditions that prompt organisations to appoint a CSO, as well as the CSO skill set; as these were presented in the company’s 2020 publication “The future of the Chief Sustainability Officer: Sense-maker in chief”. Then The Shifters – an NGO linked to NPO The Shift (BE) – will present the “Education4Climate” report on education relating to environmental and climate sustainability in Belgian universities and high schools. Next, NPOs IRDO (SI) and CSR HELLAS (GR) will talk about their training programmes, “Manager for Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development” and “CSR School” respectively. Panel B: Certification for Sustainable and Responsible Behavior as stakeholder trust accelerator This panel will focus on certification for businesses throughout their business’ corporate strategy (corporate level) and supply chain (supply chain level). NPO’s Ekvilib (SI), IRDO (SI), and CSR HELLAS (GR) will discuss about their CSR certification initiatives, “Socially Responsible Employer”, “Horus Slovenian Award for Social Responsibility”, and “ETHOS” respectively.
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Especially for countries which faced the consequences of long-lasting financial crises for almost a decade, such as Greece, Spain and Cyprus, there is an evident need to provide support towards both business associations and SMEs, especially those that are participating in wider supply chains. Implementations of the Pact at local level (Greece, Spain, and Cyprus), aim at raising awareness within business associations for [a] recognising that sustainability has currently become mainstream, [b] supporting their members to focus on issues that are material to their particular sector of operation in combination with their geographical presence, and [c] developing their own sustainability roadmaps, that could be applicable easily but meaningfully. Already, the CSR Business Networks of the aforementioned countries, as National Partner Organisations of CSR Europe, have begun communications and information activities with business associations, federations, and co-federations in presenting the P4SI, while examining possibilities for further development of valuable collaborations. In this Webinar during the European SDGs Summit the target is to present diverse approaches to collaboration within the P4SI frame, at local level in different areas of Europe and with different parties. Representatives of Industry and SME- associations will share their experience from cooperation with the CSR Networks in achieving the goals set locally while adding value to the European approach of the P4SI. 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