Responsible Business Week (23-27 April 2018) is an annual awareness campaign which celebrates the brighter side of business by sharing great responsible business success stories.

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The Hub alerts businesses and humanitarian organisations to crises as they develop and helps to facilitate long-lasting relationships by strengthening both business to humanitarian, and business to business collaboration.
In 2017 Business in the Community Scotland became the charity partner of LifeSkills created with Barclays.
The issues we face today need different solutions – ones that take new and combined perspectives on challenges and utilises new experiences and skills to overcome them. That is what the Innovation and Ideas Leadership Group does; it is striving to do things in new and better ways ensures that Scotland can compete in the global economy with new jobs created, and that we can adapt to big changes such as Brexit and the digital age.
Today in Scotland one in four children are growing up malnourished due to child food poverty. As a direct result of this, these children suffer from ill health and poor educational attainment, resulting in a population that is unwell and unskilled.
Information on the work of the Scottish National Action Plan for Responsible Business (SNAP-RB): a plan created by business, with government, for society