At Uniapac Foundation, we are delighted to share with you the last issue of our 11th OPINION SERIES entitled “Enterprise and Faith”, authored by Professor Philippe de Woot.
Philippe de Woot is Emeritus Professor at Louvain Catholic University in Belgium. He has led multidisciplinary research in the fields of Business Policy, Strategic Management and Business Ethics and is committed to the research and promotion of CSR. The author of many books and articles on these subjects, he is a former Dean of Louvain School of Management.
UNIAPAC FOUNDATION, and the CEME, signed a Cooperation Agreement on 12 June 2013. The purpose of this agreement is to set-up exchanges between both institutions via conferences, symposiums, workshops, research and training activities, including teaching proposals that consolidate this relationship in a practical way.
UNIAPAC FOUNDATION signed a joint statement, with ILO and Catholic inspired organizations, on decent work and the Post-2015 Development Agenda, 13 June 2013.
UNIAPAC Foundation and Les EDC meeting on «Le Manifeste pour la première embauche », 17 September 2013. The aim of this initiative, launched by EDC and inspired in the Christian Social Doctrine is to achieve a commitment from employers and French companies to hire young people in their companies and to facilitate the integration of young people into the labor market.
This year, we are developing the new Uniapac interactive platform, which is open to member associations and partners, with the aim of it becoming a benchmark in terms of communication, information and education on Corporate Social Responsibility, based on the principles of the Christian Social Thought. The platform aims to promote and to adapt the production and internet-based distribution of the latest corpus on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), as well as CSR-related events and news, with a view to promoting the central role of the Person in the economy as an end in itself and to sharing the principles of the Christian Social Thought.
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