Vision: Our VISION is for a world with - Rising Living Standards, Social Justice and Human Dignity for All Our vision is all about being obsessed with better possibilities for all. This vision is not small; to facilitate change for the better in humanity's ability to raise living standards, provide for social justice and realize the fullness of individual human dignity in all our days is a challenge of massive proportions but it is a challenge we readily accept. To achieve it, we will have to inspire and lead with inspiration and courage.
Mission: Our MISSION is twofold:
* To promote moral capitalism and responsible government
* To ensure greater prosperity, sustainability and fairness in a global economy.
These are our overarching goals and priorities. They translate our vision into a concrete view of our direction and purpose.
We believe Moral Capitalism is the only system with the potential to reduce global poverty and tyranny and address the needs and aspirations of individuals, societies, and nations.
As Stephen Young, the Executive Director of the Caux Round Table has written, "the challenge of moral capitalism is to tip the balance of wealth creation toward humanity's more noble possibilities and away from the dynamics of more brutish behavior."
The Caux Round Table stands for movement from aspiration to action. We straddle the ideals of principles and of ethical concern for the common good and the practical needs of businesses and governments to "get it right" in their actions and decisions. To facilitate implementation of a more moral capitalism, the Caux Round Table provides decision-making guidelines in the form of principles for business, principles for governments, principles for NGOs, and principles for the owners of wealth. The Caux Round Table futher provides a comprehensive risk assessment approach to CSR and stakeholder relationships, Arcturus, and a way of encourageing individuals to reflect on their decision-making styles to move from self-centered frameworks to stakeholder frameworks in business and public policy decision-making. We also provide educational programs for company directors, CSR certificates, and handbooks on CSRT for small and medium size enterprises and on the practice of moral government.
The Caux Round Table (“CRT”) has received a significant grant from Thai patrons of sustainability to convene a series of global round tables to frame an approach to the ethics of sustainable development in support of the United Nation's initiative to adopt Sustainable Development Goals for all na...
The Caux Round Table ("CRT") Principles for Business were launched 20 years ago this past week.
In retrospect, after the collapse of Communism and soci...
The Caux Round Table’s 2013 Global Dialogue will respond intellectually to the changes in global capitalism over the last 15 years. The thesis put for discussion is that there is a “New Capitalism” emerging, which rejects the premises of financial fundamentalism as it has reflected Social Darwini...
The Caux Round Table (“CRT”), an international network of business professionals advocating a moral capitalism, meeting in its 27th Global Dialogue, resolved upon four major reforms to restart sustainable global growth. These four recommendations will permit capitalism to overcome its...
The Caux Round Table (CRT) held its 26th Global Dialogue on July 28th and 29th, 2011 at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. The theme of the Dialogue was: ”Must there be a Clash of Civilizations?” The theme was chosen to mark the 15th
The Caux Round Table announces its 2011 Global Dialogue in Washington, D.C., USA for July 27, 28 and 29, 2011 at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Registration is available on the Caux Round Table website at
The Caux Round Table today announces the release of The Mountain House Statement setting forth a common position among the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions of social thought on sound ethical values to be used in management of the global economy. The Mou...