The third episode of The Lens features Business in the Community’s outgoing Chairman Antony Jenkins and Transfer Guru founder and CEO, Shreya Hewett.
The fifth Social Value Summit, the leading event in its field, will take place on 28th February in London. The Summit brings together more than 350 commissioners and providers from across the public, private and social sectors.
Business in the Community believes that business is the most powerful force for change in society, and represents this viewpoint to government in this response.
This publication looks at the ways in which business is changing its approach to address the increasing frequency and intensity of natural emergencies.
This briefing paper sets out three of the challenges that business face in respecting human rights: ensuring human rights are relevant, getting beyond a policy statement, and measuring progress.
This five point framework helps companies make the case for responsible and sustainable business to their investors.
Sponsored by Gordon Lindhurst MSP, Convenor of the Scottish Parliament’s Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Committee, this event will both celebrate the impact of responsible business in Scotland through BITC – and also lay out the challenges which face us as a nation.
This course is based around five principles of best practice community investment. This framework provides companies with a clear system to evaluate current activity and plan future developments, both on a strategic and delivery level.
Painting, decorating, gardening – or coding? Communities can benefit from all kinds of skills that volunteers have to offer.