March 2011 Management Briefing - Corporate Social Responsibility
Last month, Ben Cooper examined the positions and activities of groups looking to address alcohol-related harm by tighter regulatory control of the industry. This month’s management briefing, which manages to sneak just under the wire at the end of March, sees Cooper look at the industry’s own engagement in preventing or mitigating alcohol harm.
Last month’s management briefing examined the positions and activities of groups looking to address alcohol-related harm through tighter regulatory control of the industry. This month’s briefing, which manages to sneak just under the wire at the end of March, considers the industry’s own engagement in preventing or mitigating alcohol harm.
The first part of March's management briefing looks at the alcoholic drinks industry's use of corporate social responsibility in the UK.
The second part of March's management briefing sees Ben Cooper spread his net further afield, and consider the corporate social responsibility approach within the European Union.
In this, the final part of our management briefing for March, Ben Cooper casts his eye over the corporate social responsibility activity in the US.
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