The purpose of this SIG event is to bring academics and practitioners of CSR together to discuss and debate current issues in relation to the development of CSR going forward. The first half of this afternoon session will commence with a talk by an academic, followed by a member of the CSR National Stakeholder Forum, driving the National CSR plan at a National level in Ireland and then two practitioners will tell their CSR story. The programme will then involve breakout sessions of groups of approximately six participants representing academia and industry to discuss different core questions in the development of CSR. The session will end with a general discussion on the outputs of the smaller groups and will open up new areas of debate and networks perhaps to develop these discussions further, with inputs from academics and industry participants.
This event will take place on 22 March 2019, 1pm-4.30pm
Who Should Attend
Academics in the area of CSR
Members of South Dublin County Council (includes industry representatives)
Members of Business in the Community Ireland
Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation
Members of the National Stakeholder Forum (includes academics and industry participant)
Benefits of Attendance
• Gain insights into the key issues in developing CSR in the future
• Bringing academics and industry participants together to discuss pertinent issues in relation to CSR
• Increased understanding of the development of CSR at the macro level of the economy
• Developing an understanding of CSR at the micro level of the firm
• Discovering areas of collaboration in the development of CSR among participants
Technological University Dublin,
Old Blessington RD,
Academic Speaker: Dr. Konstantina Skritsovali, BAM, Joint Chair of SIG Sustainable and Responsible Business
Speaker from the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Ms. Deborah Dignam, will speak on the National CSR Plan for Ireland
Two industry representatives will tell their CSR story:
- Mr. Neil Mencies, CSR Manager, Transdev
- Mr. James McManus, CEO, Earth’s Edge
BAM Sustainable and Responsible Business SIG
Technological University Dublin, Tallaght Campus (formally Institute of Technology Tallaght)
The Plaza Hotel,
10% for TU Dublin staff and participants at the conference. Need to mention part of TU Dublin (formally IT Tallaght).
Fights to Dublin Airport
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Dr. Blath McGeough,
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BAM Members: £15
Non-BAM Members: £20
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Tallaght Campus, Synergy Centre
Old Blessington RD, Tallaght
|BAM Member Fee||£ 15.00|
|Non-BAM Member Fee||£ 20.00|