The Colombo Workshops 2016 – Transformative CSR for sustainability Champions of the corporate sector

March 1, 2016

5 sector specific workshops sponsored by University of Sussex and Durham University (Dfid and ESRC funding)

The Colombo Workshops 2016 – Transformative CSR for sustainability Champions of the corporate sector

February 1, 2016

5 sector specific workshops sponsored by University of Sussex and Durham University (Dfid and ESRC funding)

Creating Shared Value – Who is Responsible

January 1, 2016

Annual General Meeting

November 1, 2015

In callaboration with GTZ

Banking Sector Forum: Are we on the right track for transformative CSR?

October 22, 2015

CSR Knowledge Exchange Program by Vebego International BV

September 23, 2015

A company can actually recruit those who are physically or psychologically challenged and still run a very successful business. Vebego International BV has proved it can be done. Isn't that actual transformation of business? The audience gathered at the Knowledge Exchange Program organized by CSR Sri Lanka, unanimously agreed that it is time Sri Lankan Organizations work together to setup such mechanisms in the country.

Knowledge Exchange Session for CSR Sri Lanka Members (Practicalities of Business Transformation)

May 30, 2015

CSR Sri Lanka once again arranged a knowledge exchange session to bring a unique training opportunity to its members on 29th of May, 2015 in collaboration with Holcim Sri Lanka. The participants were provided with exclusive and tailor-made training and knowledge exchange by two global experts from Holcim International. The sessions were facilitated byMs. Stefanie Koch; Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at Holcim International and Ms. ArianeLüthi;Human Rights Specialist at Holcim International. The two hour session covered topics such as the CSR approach, Realities in embracing real CSR and evolution, sustainable development ambitions, inclusive business initiatives and human rights in businesses. The presentation was followed by an interesting Q&A session. With a career span over 15 years in sustainable development and CSR,Stefanie is renowned for her passion in responsible business development and. She is a Fellow, East-Asian Studies, and International Development at Harvard University and has completed her studies in...

How transformative ties will shape future

April 28, 2015

For the first time in Sri Lanka, the private sector and public sector will form collaborative partnerships that will spearhead economic, social and environmental prosperity. The brainchild of CSR Sri Lanka, this initiative is supported by the embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. More from The Island

Transformative CSR Event Series with Dr. Wayne Visser

April 22, 2015

Breakfast Forum for CEOs and Chairmen of Private Sector Companies Making CSR part of your company’s DNA At this forum Dr. Visser outlined key trends in the adoption of CSR around the world. He discussed the principles and practices of stakeholder-oriented Transformative CSR, the business benefits of an Integrated Value approach and four types of sustainability strategies that leading companies are adopting. The session was completed with a successful discussion session moderated by Mr. ErandaGinige from British Council. 50 business leaders attended the program from well renowned companies of the island who could actually make a difference in their industries. They are the CEOs, Chairmen and Managing Directors of their respective companies and would be the pioneers of the journey CSR Sri Lanka is proposing in the country.

Incorporating the inspirational “German Dual Education System” into Sri Lankan Corporate’s CSR DNA

February 27, 2015

CSR Sri Lanka gathered 30 business leaders for a breakfast meeting to discuss the possibilities of incorporating the inspirational ‘German Dual Education System’ into Sri Lankan Corporate’s CSR DNA. Mr. Chandula Abeywickrema; Chairman of CSR Sri Lanka shared his experiences he obtained at Germany on the system as to, how a private sector driven apprenticeship culture could be formed within a country. Industry leaders shared their opinions from several views to bring out the practicalities of such implementations in the country whilst sharing their experiences in such cases from the past.