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Our Invisible Youth: Addressing Disparities in the School-To-Prison Pipeline

This post continues our new blog series on poverty. As our nation reflects on its progress in fighting poverty over the last 50 years, this blog series will highlight how psychology can contribute further to this discussion. 1,208 more words

Children And Youth

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Social responsibility for psychologists - poverty and racism

International Cricket Council leads the pitch on CSR

Next year, we will all be lucky enough to partake in one of cricket’s premier events, the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand. 685 more words

Corporate Social Responsibility


As a BSc geography graduate of summer 2014 from the University of Nottingham, I want to start taking my autodidactic duties more seriously in supplementing my scientific and academic equipment towards a career in business sustainability and consultancy. 138 more words

BSc Geography Graduate

Red Flags Around Alibaba

The Chinese online merchant company, Alibaba, has Wall Street enthralled as the group obtained the largest global IPO ever with nearly $25 billion. On 11/11, Veteran’s Day, satirically known as “Singles’ Day” in China, Alibaba set a record on China’s largest online shopping day as its marketplaces hosted $9.3 billion in sales (1, Osawa). 751 more words

Organizational Strategy

More Executive Terminations?

This October, Christopher Viehbacher was let go as CEO of French pharmaceutical company Sanofi.  He is not alone either.  Recently some large companies have made public terminations of top executives such as CEO Steve Bennett of Symantec and Yahoo! 676 more words

Organizational Strategy

Harper government takes industry advice on social responsibility policy

The Harper government’s updated corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy for Canadian oil, mining and gas companies operating abroad generally follows what the mining industry wanted. While at least one industry association is largely happy with the changes, several regular critics of Canadian mining activities abroad say the federal government’s strategy is positive in some respects, but could have gone further. 1,270 more words


Read On!: The Greening of European Business Under EU Law

Beate Sjåfjell and Anja Wiesbrock have just published “The Greening of European Business under EU Law”

The relationship between environmentally sustainable development and company and business law has emerged in recent years as a matter of major concern for many scholars, policy-makers, businesses and nongovernmental organisations. 176 more words

European Union