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agenda Foro “Multistakeholder” sobre responsabilidad social (Programa)

agenda Foro “Multistakeholder” sobre responsabilidad social (Programa)

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European Multistakeholder Forum on CSR Plenary Meeting, 29-30 November 2010Diamant Brussels Conference and Business CentreBoulevard A. Reyers, 80Background and objectives
The most recent plenary meeting of the European Multistakeholder Forum on CSR was heldin February 2009.
In its 2010-11 Work Programme, the European Commission raises the possibility of adopting a new communication on CSR in 2011. To prepare that possiblecommunication, the European Commission is convening a plenary meeting of the EuropeanMultistakeholder Forum on CSR on 29-30 November 2010.The meeting will provide an opportunity for stakeholders and the European Commission toexchange views on the possible new Communication on CSR. The meeting should, as far as possible, generate a degree of consensus around the scope and content of the Communication.The meeting will take place over one and a half days. The first half day will analyse thecurrent context of CSR, both in Europe and globally, with particular reference to theeconomic crisis and the social and environmental challenges we face; and will assess progressto date in the development and uptake of CSR. The second day will be dedicated todiscussing different issues and initiatives that could form part of European policy on CSR.The Commission intends to prepare some informal issues papers to help focus and structurediscussions, especially regarding the parallel sessions on day 2.Representative stakeholder organisations are invited to provide written documents (5 pagesmaximum) summarising their work to promote CSR in the period 2009-2010, giving their opinion on the current state of development of CSR, and identifying priorities for the future interms of European policy and their own actions.The total number of participants will be 200-250. Some will be nominated by representativestakeholder organisations, and some invited directly by the European Commission. As in the past, a reasonable balance between different stakeholder groups will be ensured. EU Member States and the European Parliament will be properly represented. A number of participantsfrom outside the EU will be invited.
Detailed information from the 2009 meeting is available here:http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/sustainable-business/corporate-social-responsibility/multi-stakeholder-forum/2009-meeting/index_en.htm 
Draft AgendaMonday 29 November: Context and progress on CSR 
12.30 – 14.00Buffet lunch14.00 – 14.15Opening remarks
László Andor, Commissioner for Employment and Social Affairs
14.15 – 15.15Opening plenary session: What is the importance of CSR today?
The aim of this session is to situate CSR in the context of the overarchingobjective of sustainable development, both within the European Union andglobally. Key questions to be addressed are:-
What is the relevance of CSR in the context of the current economicand sustainability crises? What is the relevance of CSR to the “beyondGDP” debate?-
How can CSR contribute to the Europe 2020 objective of smart,sustainable and inclusive growth?-
How can CSR contribute to external policy objectives of the EU,including the promotion of development and human rights?-
What is the added value of a European approach to CSR?The session will consist of a dynamic panel discussion, with an opportunity for questions and comments from the floor.Panel members:
Brunhilde Schram, Acquisa Management Design KG
Alberto Andreu Pinillos, Managing Director on Corporate Reputation andCorporate Responsibility, Telefónica S.A.
Tony Long, Director European Policy Office, World Wildlife Fund
Joel Decaillon, Deputy General Secretary, European Trade UnionConfederation
Michel Doucin, French Ambassador on CSR 
Ricardo Young, Instituto Ethos, BrazilModerator:
A representative from the European Commission
15.15 – 15.45Coffee15.45 – 17.45Plenary session: Looking back – what progress has been made in theuptake of CSR?
The aim of this session is to allow stakeholder groups to (1) comment on progress in the development of CSR to date and (2) to report on some of their own initiatives in support of CSR.As input for this session, stakeholders are invited to submit documents (5 pages maximum) summarising their work to promote CSR in the period 2009-2010, giving their opinion on the current state of development of CSR, andidentifying priorities for the future in terms of European policy and their ownactions.
Enterprises and employers (20 minutes)
Vidar Lindjefeld, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise, on behalf of BUSINESSEUROPE
Jan Boulogne, UNIZO (Flemish Union of Independent Entrepreneurs)
Ole Schmitt, Head of Globalisation Department, Danish Chamber of Commerce
A representative from CSR Europe
Trade Unions (15 minutes)
Patrick Itschert, General Secretary, European Trade UnionConfederation of Textiles, Leather and Clothing
Michel Patard, Vice President, EUROCADRES

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