– for more sustainable and liveable cities
We have been active in corporate social responsibility since 2004.
Here you can read more detailed information about us.
It is important to note that, similarly to other fields, companies alone are unable to achieve long-lasting results in this area either – they need partners.
There are well-established and advanced methods for the cooperation between NGOs and enterprises, proven by successful projects. However, it is on local levels that CSR and sustainable development has significance and practical results.
We believe that leadership training in stakeholder organisations is crucial, which enables decision makers to represent appropriate values and be role models in their communities.
Community is a key word, especially the local community of the town or city where a company operates and its employees live. Ideally, a modern and continuously developing business organisation is also beneficial to the public, since – by respecting local values (town, city, region and country) – it contributes to local development and improves the quality of life of the local community.
Therefore it is crucial to have a dialogue between enterprises and local governments. They have common goals: to have (economically, socially and environmentally) more sustainable and liveable villages, towns and cities – not only for our but also for the next generations. In order to achieve it, local governments are key partners for businesses.
The aim of the conference “More sustainable communities for more liveable towns and villages” is to establish a common platform for local governments and the business sector. In the current economic and social climate, Hungary especially needs such attitudes of social responsibility and the practical implementation of its principles, since a prospering economy requires prospering local governments.
We look forward to welcoming you as one of the participants.
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