1. Programs

About “Principles on CSR and CSV”

Background

Ever since the concept of CSV (Creating Shared Value) introduced by Professor Michael Porter (2011) reached Japan, there have been calls to “turn from CSR to CSV” and comments that “CSR is outdated, and the future is in CSV.” Members from various sectors—businesses, NPO/NGOs, consumer groups, think tanks, etc.—who were concerned about the direction the general opinion on CSV was moving in, and the impact on the functions of CSR in Japan, formed a “CSR and CSV study group” and met together for discussion four times since Summer 2013. The “Principle on CSR and CSV” was developed by this group as a compilation of conceptual standards based on ISO 26000 (Guidance on Social Responsibility) and the United Nations’ “Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.”
The Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center (HURIGHTS OSAKA) and CSO Network Japan took on the role of administration for the “CSR and CSV study group” discussions.

Promoters

Comprised mainly of members of the “CSR and CSV study group”, the promoters of the
“Principles on CSR and CSV” are as follows:

Naoki ADACHI, Makiko AKABANE, Yukiko FURUYA, Toshihiko GOTO, Takaji HISHIYAMA,
Yoshiteru HORIE, Katsuji IMATA, Masahiko KAWAMURA, Kaori KURODA, Hideki MATSUOKA,
Akiko MERA, Setsu MORI, Mai NOMURA, Masao SEKI, Takeshi SHIMOTAYA,
Osamu SHIRAISHI, Katsuhiko TAKEDA, Takeshi TOMINO, Hidemi TOMITA, Masaki WADA

(in alphabetical order)

Principles on CSR and CSV —A Proposal based on ISO 26000—

You can download “Principles on CSR and CSV —A Proposal based on ISO 26000—” from here.

Principles on CSR and CSV

March 13, 2014
Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center (HURIGHTS OSAKA)
CSO Network Japan

 

Summary Report to THE JAPAN FOUNDATION CENTER FOR GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP GRANT PROGRAM 2011-2012

The State of Private Development Assistance (PDA) – Building a Shared Understanding of its Roles and Effectiveness in Japan, the United States, and Asia

https://www.csonj.org/images/CGP_Report_en.pdf

CSONJ contributes the data of Japanese global philanthropy to 「The Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances」
issued by Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute (Washington DC,USA)

http://www.hudson.org/content/researchattachments/attachment/1015/2012indexofglobalphilanthropyandremittances.pdf

http://dev.hudson.org/content/researchattachments/attachment/1229/2013_indexof_global_philanthropyand_remittances.pdf

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