“One campaign to end the need for all other social campaigns”

 On the 7 April 2011, Murdoch University (Singapore) launched its student CSR chapter in partnership with the Singapore Compact for CSR, during the Project Reach Conference which saw the fruits of collaboration between Murdoch’s Communications students and various non-profit and not-for-profit organizations.

Singapore Compact Executive Director Mr Thomas Thomas commended Murdoch’s commitment to social progress and corporate social responsibility, highlighting the importance of communications and inter-organizational collaboration between academia, commercial and non-profit bodies in furthering the impact of corporate social responsibility. The involvement of universities, Mr Thomas noted, should herald positive changes for the future of business as students carried their impact into the working world. The international collaborations on the academic front also facilitated a more fluid exchange of ideas.

Dear members, friends and visitors,

Welcome to the Singapore Compact for CSR blog!

A new feature on our revamped website, this space will bring you updates and summaries of Singapore Compact events such as networking sessions and seminars, as well as recaps of our partners' events. While the "News" section on our website will focus more on events and developments, this blog will emphasise not only the internal aspects of what Singapore Compact does, but also the opinions and conceptual advancements which form the ongoing process of CSR development.

From time to time, this blog will feature articles, interviews and brief snippets from CSR professionals and consultants, expert academics in the field of business and sustainability, noteworthy figures from the business world and public sector, as well as updates from the Singapore Compact Management Committee. We want to keep you abreast of the latest developments, thought direction and trends in the CSR and sustainability world, and informed about what's going on in Singapore Compact.

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