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We Want Your Views: Sustainable Development Goals and Collaboration
Take part in our survey and have your say


Corporate Citizenship is undertaking research which looks at both the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) one year on from their launch, and collaboration for social impact. We are particularly interested in input from sustainability and corporate responsibility practitioners.
This survey consists of just 13 questions and takes no longer than 10 minutes to complete. Your responses are anonymous - however if you would like to receive the survey findings, you can choose to provide your details at the end.
 


Click here to complete the survey

If you were born between 1982 and 2000, you might also like to take part in our millennials and the SDGs survey here. 


New Issues Brief: Social Mobility 
Why it matters, and what businesses can do about it 




Theresa May honed in on social mobility in her first speech as the new UK Prime Minister. This topic is relevant to many organisations around the world, whether designing community programmes that tackle inequality, or taking action to improve opportunities in the workplace. Our new Issues Brief sets out some simple steps that any organisation can take to tackle the root and symptoms of poor social mobility.


Download the Social Mobility Issues Brief

New Issues Brief: Calling the Shots on Impact
Creating value for sponsors and communities through sport




With the start of the Rio 2016 Olympics just a few weeks away, and doping scandals and sporting events filling the headlines across the globe, our new Issues Brief focuses on the impacts which sport can have on society.
 
Calling The Shots on Impact illustrates how thinking about impact from the start of a sponsorship deal, through to the end, can help sports organisations demonstrate to sponsors – as well as to communities, employees and fans – the positive difference that sport makes to society.
 


Download the Sport and Impact Issues Brief

Sustainability Reporting in Singapore
Getting ready for SGX's requirements




In light of the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) officially introducing sustainability reporting for companies on a “comply or explain” basis, and the release of its Sustainability Reporting Guide and Rule, Corporate Citizenship’s research reveals that only 13% of the largest 100 SGX-listed companies appear to be fully compliant with the new SGX ruling.
There is certainly a mountain to climb in Singapore as the new ruling comes into effect. Read more in Corporate Citizenship's article in The Business Times.
 


Download the Sustainability Reporting in Singapore Issues Brief

Welcoming Hitachi and LV= to the LBG Network


We are delighted to welcome two new members to the LBG network this month - Hitachi and LV= 
They now join a global network of more than 220 LBG member companies who are using the LBG model and framework to effectively measure their corproate community investment.
 
Find out more about LBG


Catch up on our latest blogs and articles


We've been busy writing about a number of sustainability and corporate responsibility topics this month. Here's a round-up of the latest:
Brexit: Now What?
Mike Hegarty for 2degrees
Understanding the True Impact of Sport Sponsorship
Tom Worley for Corporate Citizenship
Firms Must Make 'Substansive Changes' to Meet Sustainability Reporting Requirements
Junice Yeo for The Business Times
Food Poverty and Food Waste: A Collaborative Solution
Katherine Thomas for Speaking Out 
 
Read more sustainability and CR blogs here


 GRI G4 Training in Singapore
30th - 31st August


The National Centre for Sustainability Reporting, in partnership with Corporate Citizenship, is pleased to offer GRI G4-certified training in Singapore.
The third training of 2016 is scheduled for the 30th - 31st August.
 
Click here to find out more about the training and to register


Webinar: Community Investment Data to Engage Internal Audiences


If you missed our latest LBG webinar - Using Community Investment Data to Engage Internal Audiences - you can catch up here.
 
Watch the webinar recording

Conference discount codes 2016


We are delighted to be partnering with a number of great conferences and summits again throughout 2016, which means we are able to offer our readers great discounts. Please find discount codes below:
Responsible Retail Conference - Edie
London - 21 September 
Use code CCB15 to receive a 15% discount on tickets
Water and Long-Term Value Symposium - Skytop Strategies  
San Francisco - 5 - 6 October  
Please email pulliam@
skytopstrategies.com for a 25% discount on tickets
Sustainable Investing in Emerging Markets - Financial Times
London - 25 October 
Use code CCB20 to receive a 20% discount on tickets
Corporate Citizenship is a management consultancy specialising in sustainability and corporate responsibility, with a focus on delivering growth and long-term value for business and society.
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