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How to Manage Corporate Responsibility in China

Submitted by: Ethical Corporation

Categories: Community Development

Posted: Feb 02, 2004 – 11:00 PM EST

 

Feb. 02 /CSRwire/ - LONDON - Ethical Corporation magazine will hold a 2-day conference on March 30 - 31 in London, which will focus on the complex demands of managing corporate responsibility programmes in China.

Over two days, the conference, entitled "How to manage corporate responsibility in China", will address the business-critical issues for corporations in the planning, development, co-ordination and production of responsible business policy and practice in China.

Topics to be discussed include: Understanding key stakeholder expectations of corporate performance in China, implementing a global code of conduct in Chinese operations in different industries, tackling the problem of Human Capital, managing responsibility in supply chains, the business benefits of developing extensive social impact assessments, what corporations can do to help safeguard human rights and the status of corporate responsibility from a regulatory perspective in China.

Keynote speakers include Matthew Pettigrew, Former First Secretary of the British Embassy in Beijing, Wilfred K Chow of JPMorgan Chase Honk Kong and the president of Novozymes China, Weiming Jiang.

Other companies and organisations from across the world confirmed to speak over the 2 days include: Shell, BT, Intel, Toys R US, Lafarge, B&Q, Manpower, Amnesty International, WWF and many more.

CH2M HILL is sponsoring the event and will offer insight with clients they have been working with on the crucial subject of monitoring water usage in Chinese business.

More details on the programme for the conference and workshops are online at:

www.ethicalcorp.com/china2004.

For more information, please contact:

Peter Carkeek China Conference Director, Ethical Corporation Magazine
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7375 7160

 

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