Case Study 4: Global Citizenship and Corporate Social Responsibility
Global citizenship comprises many aspects, including awareness of the international world, a sense of social justice and, of course, a deep commitment to the betterment of the world.
Not only can young people fulfill the above duties as individuals, but increasingly, as 'corporate global citizens' as well. For their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programes, many top companies and organizations have also played a big part in combating climate change, ensuring future sustainability, and investing in
health and education of the poor.
The banner above (Business and Human Rights Resource Centre) is a world-wide programme to track the commitment of top companies to ensuring a better world for all.
As an example of an industry leader in the realm of Corporate Social Responsibility, read about the case of Hewlett-Packard's Global Citizenship programme here: