SMEs and Corporate Social Responsibility in supply chains

The International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR) and Nottingham University Business School are hosts for this seminar which is part of a series on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in developing countries.

The integration of CSR and SMEs into local, regional, and international supply chains is a debated topic. This seminar critically explores the requirements, contingencies and conflicts of supply chains spanning to and operating in developing/emerging countries. We examine various issues of supply chain governance and inclusive business models, and seek to understand the opportunities, trade-offs, and challenges for embracing multi-dimensional sustainability among SMEs.

The seminar will consist of three themed sessions with papers accepted for:

  • Supply Chain Governance
  • Inclusive Business Models
  • Opportunities and Challenges of Embracing Multi-dimensional Sustainability

Notable Speakers include:

Peter Lund-Thomsen, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School & Associate Editor of Business Ethics – A European Review

Pam Farmer, Independent HR Consultant to small, medium and large businesses on Employee Relations and Diversity and Inclusion issues

Online registration is free. For more information please visit our website. For more information, please email or telephone: 0115 8466976

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