Impacts in Africa; TCFD and Corporate Foundation Game Changers

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Corporate Citizenship's April Newsletter
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Measuring Socio-economic Impacts in Africa


Corporate Citizenship has been working with Africa's largest sugar producer, Illovo Sugar, on groundbreaking socio-economic impact studies across their value chain in six African countries since 2014. Our impact reports provide a robust and engaging analysis to demonstrate how Illovo Sugar has contributed to economies and wider job creation as well as made a difference to communities and individual livelihoods. We are proud to see these publicly featured as part of the company's sustainability efforts.


London Event:
Game Changers: The Future of
Corporate Foundations


Research published by Corporate Citizenship in 2016 found that corporate foundations in different parts of the globe are moving away from the traditional models of philanthropy towards a more strategic approach to social impact, often in partnership with their founding company. This was especially true of foundations registered in the last 10 years. We identified new operating models and looked at how foundations around the world are innovating by leveraging their unique assets to solve some of society’s biggest challenges. 
Corporate Citizenship Consultant Cathy Moscardini will present our latest research and we will be joined by special guest Professor Cathy Pharoah from the Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy at Cass Business School. Cathy Pharoah co-authored the annual publication from the Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF) Giving Trends which includes the top 50 corporate foundations in the UK. Following the presentations Amanda Jordan, Founding Director of Corporate Citizenship and current Chair of ACF, will chair a panel discussion.
Date: 17th April 2018, 08:30-10:00am


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Navigating the new
TCFD Recommendations


Last month, we collaborated with CDSB on a breakfast workshop ‘Getting to grips with climate risk’. With guest Caroline Hill of Landsec, we shared insights and perspectives with our corporate attendees on what implication the new TCFD Recommendations will have on UK company reporting.


Following the event, Corporate Citizenship is pleased to share our Briefing Note “Navigating TCFD”. This includes some key principles for action emerging from discussions in the workshop, together with our Three-Year Routemap for Action comprising a set of practical steps to implement the recommendations over a three-year period.


Catch up on our latest blogs and articles


Here are our most recent thought pieces on topical issues:
Nineteen years of DJSI at Corporate Citizenship
Peter Truesdale
44 FTSE 100 companies still yet to report their gender pay gap
Cathy Moscardini
Sustainability reporting in Singapore... ready or not, it is here!
Thomas Milburn
Celebrating International Women's Day 2018
Corporate Citizenship
 
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LBG in New Zealand:
Trends in corporate community investment


LBG Director and Corporate Citizenship Consultant Simon Robinson will be in Wellington and Auckland during April for a series of workshops and briefing sessions. Find out more about the half-day workshops with BACS and the LBG for Community briefings with Volunteering New Zealand.
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GRI Training in Singapore


Corporate Citizenship are pleased to announced we are partnering again with NCSR to deliver GRI Training in South East Asia.  As the longest standing certified trainers of GRI in the region, we've trained over 200 individuals on sustainability reporting. For further information, view our training brochure here.
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Conference discount codes 2018


We are delighted to be partnering with a number of conferences and summits throughout 2018, offering our readers great discounts:
Ethical Corp Responsible Business Summit Europe
London, 13-14 June 2018
£200 discount with CORPC200
How business can measure the impact - and ROI - of corporate sustainability
London, 19-20 June 2018
 

We are hiring!


We currently have the following opportunities at our global offices:
Consultant / Senior Consultant - Singapore
Senior Researcher - New York
Senior Consultant - New York
Office Manager/PA - London
Apprentice Junior Marketing Executive - London
Check out our vacancies
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