History

In 2005, CEEP began work with the support of the European Commission on a co-funded initiative which aimed to address the subject of Corporate Social Responsibility within European public SMEs. This project, known as Discerno (Dissemination of Corporate Ethics and Responsibility through Networks of public enterprises), supported companies offering services of general interest seeking to adopt socially and environmentally responsible investments, production and consumption. It provided training and sought to increase the impact of CSR actions by deepening guidelines for specific sectors and encouraging best practice using self-training and self-assessment. These led to the development of a CEEP-CSR Label for enterprises that had successfully integrated CSR into their culture and operations.

Today the initiative has passed to CEEP’s management, along with the task of increasing the adoption, recognition and award of the CEEP-CSR Label.

The 7th edition of the Label is now online, with a brand new online self-assessment tool that will allow you to evaluate your own compliance with Corporate Social Responsibility.

6 EDITIONS AND OVER 130 CEEP-CSR LABELS AWARDED

20 June 2008, Ara Pacis Museum, Rome, Italy

26 October 2009, Hotel Wielemans, Brussels, Belgium

26 April 2010, Bibliothèque Solvay, Brussels, Belgium

14 November 2012, European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium

29 October 2014, Casa dell’Energia e dell’Ambiente – A2A, Milan, Italy

14 November 2016, Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, Paris, France

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