A new version of the CSR Passport is available. The CSR Passport is a helpful guide for Dutch and foreign companies who like to integrate CSR in their business activities.
This passport has been developed by the dutch ministry of foreign affairs in cooperation with the ministry of economic affairs, the ministry of social affairs and employment, the ministry of infrastructure and environment and csr netherlands.
The concept of the CSR Passport entails that an entrepreneur is able to use the CSR standards explained in the passport in every kind of business activity and in every county it is doing business.
The CSR Passport explains what CSR is and why CSR important is for companies. It provides guidelines and tools regarding supply chain responsibility. The Passport explains the OECD guidelines, the concept of due diligence and continues with a focus on three aspects: human rights, the environment and the ethics of profit. It ends with CSR as a business case.
The CSR Passport is a helpful guide for Dutch and foreign companies who like to integrate CSR in their business activities.