Corporate social responsibility

  1. "Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a way in which enterprises give consideration to the impact of their operations on society and affirm their principles and values both in their own internal methods and processes and in their interaction with other actors. CSR is a voluntary, enterprise-driven initiative and refers to activities that are considered to exceed compliance with the law."


    InFocus Initiative on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Governing Body, 295th Session, Geneva, 2006 (pdf 40 KB)

International Labour Standards

Conventions


Recommendations


International labour standards can be found in the NORMLEX database.


Statistics

You will find statistics on the topic in the following selection of publications.