THE LIFEWORTH REVIEW OF 2008

Glassed: women and CSR

Dr Jem Bendell Adjunct Associate Professor, Griffith Business School, Australia Sandy Lin Research Associate, Lifeworth In June 2008, the 18th Global Summit of Women was held in Vietnam. Known informally as the ‘Davos for Women’, the Summit attracted over 900 participants from 72 countries and regions.1 The list of sponsors for the Global Summit... Read more

Inspi(RED) marketing or (RED)wash?

In June 2008 the largest student and alumni network on corporate responsibility, Net Impact, organised its first European conference; or, to be more precise, volunteers from the University of Geneva and INSEAD organised it ably for them. The efforts of students in bringing together hundreds of delegates for a packed programme indicates the importance... Read more

Movement East?

Simon Zadek of AccountAbility: challenged conference delegates to engage with emerging economies At the same Net Impact conference, Simon Zadek of AccountAbility encouraged younger delegates to think about why they were interested in the conference. Perhaps in the future being a CSR manager in a company such as Motorola could be an important role to... Read more