CSR - Blood on the Stone

  • Dates:
    Oct 29, 2010
  • Event Type:
    Seminar

Organized By

Ryerson Institute for CSR & The Office of the Extractive Sector CSR Counsellor

Contact Information

Matthew Armstrong
matthew.armstrong@ryerson.ca
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Ryerson CSR Institute & Extractive Sector CSR Counsellor Announce Learning Partnership on CSR and the extractive sector overseas

The Institute for the Study of Corporate Social Responsibility, Ryerson University and the Office of the Extractive Sector CSR Counsellor are pleased to announce the launch of their learning partnership on CSR and the extractive sector overseas.

The partnership builds a neutral platform to contribute to informed public discussion of important issues related to corporate social responsibility of mining, oil and gas companies, and enhances cross-sector networking opportunities for those interested in these questions.

To begin, we will host a series of open public seminars in coming months.

We are very pleased to announce that our seminar series will kick off on October 29, 2010 with a presentation and book signing by renowned development expert Ian Smillie.

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Ryerson CSR Institute & Extractive Sector CSR Counsellor Announce Learning Partnership on CSR and the extractive sector overseas

The Institute for the Study of Corporate Social Responsibility, Ryerson University and the Office of the Extractive Sector CSR Counsellor are pleased to announce the launch of their learning partnership on CSR and the extractive sector overseas.

The partnership builds a neutral platform to contribute to informed public discussion of important issues related to corporate social responsibility of mining, oil and gas companies, and enhances cross-sector networking opportunities for those interested in these questions.

To begin, we will host a series of open public seminars in coming months.

We are very pleased to announce that our seminar series will kick off on October 29, 2010 with a presentation and book signing by renowned development expert Ian Smillie.