Resources

Resources

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Resources in this section are available for public download. These include documents and tools by the UNGC, Global Compact Network Singapore and our partners.
Please consider the environment. If you do need to print these, do so in duplex.

 CSR bookRecap on discussions and insights from GCNS Summit, held on 29 & 30 August 2017 through this post-event report.

summit post event report coverThe CSR & Social Innovators Forum 2016 Synopsis Report 

Awards Synopsis Report Cover Singapore Apex Corporate Sustainability Awards 2016 Synopsis Report 

 CSR bookCorporate Social Responsiblity: Singapore companies' winning ways

Case studies book front cover
A joint project by Global Compact Network Singapore and Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, featuring the case studies of winners of the Singapore Sustainability Awards 2015.

PostSummit2014Want to know the discussions that went on at the 2014 International Singapore Compact CSR Summit, held on 16 & 17 October 2014? Download the summary report.

REITsreportA first-ever look on the state of sustainability reporting among Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) by Singapore Compact and the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School, this 2014 study is affiliated to the study on the state of sustainbility reportinng by companies listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange, released in July 2014.

For a quick summary of the key findings, please refer to this infographic.

More information on the methodology can be downloaded here.

Click here for a table that compares the difference between a REIT and a property trust.

Sustainability reporting 2013
A joint study by Singapore Compact and the National University of Singapore Business School, this second study on the state of sustainability reporting provides a snapshot on the breadth and depth of sustainability communication and reporting by 537 companies listed on Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange as of 31 December 2013. Click to download

For a quick summary of the findings from this latest study, please refer to this infographic.

More information about the methodology can be downloaded here.

SIM-SCbk 391x640A joint project by Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) and Singapore Compact, “Many Journeys, Common Destination” captures the history of the CSR movement in Singapore, the influence of the global CSR movement on Singapore as well as the best CSR practices of nine Singapore companies. The stories tell of their leaders' passion for championing CSR within their organisations and their sustainability journeys. Download the sampler e-book which contains an introductory chapter and two case studies for your reading!

The book is on sale at $25 for non-Singapore Compact member and $20 for Singapore Compact member. To order, please download and fill up this form. Send the completed form to sereneoh@sim.edu.sg

SR2010-2011Published in 2011, this groundbreaking research study by SIngapore Compact provided the first overview of the non-financial reporting landscape in Singapore as at end 2010 and involved 562 mainboard-listed companies on the Singapore Exchange.

PostSummit2013Relive all the action at the 5th International Singapore Compact CSR Summit, held on 4 and 5 September 2013 through this Post Summit Report. 

To find out more about the next Singapore Compact CSR Summit, happening in Singapore on 16 and 17 October 2014, please visit http://singaporecsrsummit.org/

This new brief by Alejandro Litovsky, of the Earth Security Institute, and Puvan Selvanathan, of the United Nations Global Compact, explores how to achieve a coordinated approach by business, government and civil society through strategic analysis of the barriers we currently face to collaboration for sustainable agriculture.

reaping the dragons teeth - coverSynopsis: Global agricultural systems have grown to resemble the Greek myth of Cadmus, a Phoenician prince and the bringer of literacy and civilization. He killed a sacred dragon. The goddess Athena told him to sow its teeth, from which sprang a group of ferocious warriors. Cadmus threw a precious jewel into the midst of the warriors. They turned on each other trying to seize the stone for themselves. Only five survived and they joined Cadmus to found the great ancient city of Thebes.

This classical legend gave rise to the phrase ‘to sow dragon’s teeth’, which is used as a metaphor for doing something that has the effect of fomenting disputes. We see disputes over resources, endemic inequality, and food waste amid so much hunger. Many regions are acutely water-stressed, with many more expected to be so in the next two decades. Land ownership is becoming a source of conflict when investments disregard the impacts on local people and resources.

Is the urgent task of setting agriculture onto a sustainable path simply a Greek tragedy?

ECSRJA joint project by Singapore Compact and Fuji Xerox Singapore in 2012, this publication features stories from CSR Champions and their CSR experience in their establishments, including Sir Mark-Moody Stuart of the UN Global Compact Foundation, B Muthuraman of TataSteel and Toshio Arima who is a board member of the UN Global Compact. 

A briefing note on the work of Professor John Ruggie, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary General on the issue of Human Rights and Transnational Corporations and other Business Enterprises. Dated March 2011.

On 19 Nov 2013, the Singapore Tourism Board published sustainabilty guidelines for the Meetings, Incentive  Travel, Conferences & Exhibitions (MICE) industry. The guidelines apply across the business events eco-system and would be useful to those in the hotels, venues, event organisers and meeting planners, transportation, food & beverage and audio visual set-up businesses.

 
 
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