CSR Reporting Guide

CSR-Accreditation is perfect way for your business to amplify what you are doing to the community you serve and let the world know that your CSR program are accredited.  Our accreditaiton process helps you easily report on your organisations sustainable and community engagement. The accreditation application process provides a simple and straight forward template where you can record your organisations CSR activities.


Human rights

All humans have the right to fair treatment and the elimination of discrimination, torture, and exploitation.

 Labor practices
Those working on behalf of the organization are not a commodity. The goal is to prevent unfair competition based on exploitation and abuse.

The organization has a responsibility to reduce and eliminate unsustainable volumes and patterns of production and consumption and to ensure that resource consumption per person becomes sustainable.

Fair operating practices
Building systems of fair competition, preventing corruption, encouraging fair competition, and promoting the reliability of fair business practices help to build sustainable social systems.

Consumer issues
The promotion of just, sustainable, and equitable economic and social development with respect to consumer health, safety, and access is the organization’s responsibility.

Community involvement and development
The organization should be involved with creating sustainable social structures where increasing levels of education and well-being can exist.

Principles of social responsibility:

    • Accountability
    • Transparency
    • Ethical behavior
    • Respect for stakeholder interests
    • Respect for the rule of law
    • Respect for international norms of behavior
    • Respect for human rights