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Initiative ... Sustainability
Who are we?
MHC International Ltd (MHCi) is a social enterprise that focuses upon research and advisory services in four main areas:
CSR and Sustainability
Sustainable development focusing upon Employment and Labour markets in emerging economies
CSR and Financial Training
Sustainability reporting in the financial, ask social, governance and economic areas
What is our model of CSR?
We at MHCi see CSR (and Sustainability) as a systems approach that looks at all material aspects of a corporate body i.e. all its key economic, social, financial and environmental stakeholders. MHCi blogs with CSRwire and in our regular Monthly Features/MHCi Blogs now in their 15th year!MHCi has launched the CSR and Financial Training Institute in partnership with the Triple Bottom Group to offer certified workshops on CSR, Sustainability and Finance right across the world including a top rated online e-course. Now extended to a Certified CSR Diploma that can be taken when you want. CSRFi is a wholly owned subsidiary of MHC International Ltd for CSR education and training strongly linked to the business case.
See a short video on GRI with Maga Ramasamy, Head CSR, Air Mauritius interviewed briefly by Michael Hopkins.
Check out our recent thinking in this interview with Michael Hopkins in the below video!
Dukascopy interviews Michael Hopkins on CSRExecutive education on CSR through our CSR and Financial Institute is our strong point and now has 200 CSR Diploma post-graduates spread right across the world in key executive positions. We also link our training to potential jobs that we track on our CSRFI job page for CSR, Sustainability and SRI openings. Check out what others think of us!
What is CSR?
Corporate Social Responsibility is a process that is concerned with treating the stakeholders of a company or institution ethically or in a responsible manner. ‘Ethically or responsible' means treating key stakeholders in a manner deemed acceptable according to international norms.
Social includes economic, financial and environmental responsibility. Stakeholders exist both within a firm or institution and outside.
The wider aim of social responsibility is to create higher and higher standards of sustainable living, while preserving the profitability of the corporation or the integrity of the institution, for peoples both within and outside these entities. The key is how profits are made, not the pursuit of profits at any cost.
CSR is a process to achieve sustainable development in societies. Both CSR and Sustainability address multi-stakeholders and their materiality.
Corporate means any body private, public or NGO [our definition applies neatly outside the traditional private corporate sphere]
Original Source: Michael Hopkins (MHCi): A Planetary Bargain: Corporate Social Responsibility Comes of Age (Macmillan, 1998; updated and re-printed by Earthscan, 2003 and re-printed by Routledge, UK, 2010). Updated Oct 2 2014.
What we do
CSR and Sustainability E-learning Course
The objective of this wholly online e-course is to introduce the participant to the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility today, operationalising the term and ensuring a cohesive definition of CSR and its applications to corporate sustainability. The learning materials and tools available through the courses allow participants to acquire the relevant introductory knowledge that will help them and their organizations to better address social responsibility concerns.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to meet the following learning objectives:
See details Intel says:
“Excellent layout and content, and the right balance between theory and practice. Congratulations!” Dr. Thomas Osburg, Head, Corporate Responsibility, Intel Europe
Certified by George Mason University George Mason University Partnership with Triple Bottom Line TBLI
Books by Michael Hopkins, CEO, MHCi
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