Corporate Social Responsibility : Parliament Gets to Work on Csr
The European Parliament is just beginning its work on the strategy on corporate social responsibility proposed nearly a year ago by the European Commission(1). This delay stems from the conflict between two EP committees, Legal Affairs (JURI) and Employment and Social Affairs (EMPL), each of which claimed competence for the subject. The solution worked out was to draft two reports, one by each committee. Raffaele Baldassarre (EPP, Italy) for JURI and Richard Howitt (S&D, United Kingdom) for EMPL have now presented their draft reports.
The Commission, meanwhile, is continuing its work. A legislative proposal amending the fourth Company Law Directive on the annual accounts …
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Publication information: Article title: Corporate Social Responsibility : Parliament Gets to Work on Csr. Contributors: Not available. Magazine title: European Social Policy. Publication date: December 10, 2012. Page number: 325942. © 2009 Europolitics. COPYRIGHT 2012 Gale Group.
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