Asia’s Foremost CONFERENCE and EXPO on Corporate Social Responsibility
October 18 & 19, 2011 | Edsa Shangri-La Hotel, Manila, Philippines
Categories for the Asian CSR Awards
In each category below, the award is for a project or service implemented or significantly enhanced in 2010 or from January to June 2011.
A project in a company that has accomplished the most for the improvement of health care in the local, national or international environment in which it operates with initiatives in such areas as improvement in child health including the reduction of malnutrition, support of medical research into areas meaningful to and of importance to the immediate community, partnerships with NGOs, governmental bodies or others to provide health care to the less fortunate members of society. The award is for sustainable projects or programs that are related to the core mission of the company and related to its competencies and expressed values.
A project in a company that has successfully implemented a major project or program in areas such as: Energy Efficiency, Extended Product Responsibility, Green Product Design, Waste Reduction, Sustainable Business Practices and Water Conservation. The company that has integrated environmental performance into its sustainable development strategy and delivers proven business benefits.
A project in a company that has done the most during the preceding twelve months for the alleviation of poverty in the local, national or international environment in which it operates with initiatives in such areas as livelihood and employment generation, basic social services such as health, water, sanitation, nutrition, housing etc. The award is for sustainable projects or programs that do not merely pay lip service to poverty alleviation but are shown to form part and parcel of the company’s mission.
This award recognizes the contribution of companies through their contribution toward improving the level of education of their employees, their community and their nation. It recognizes how well the company backs up its belief and commitment to education and how sustainable the project or program is.
The Lifetime Achievement Award has run for many years and is now incorporated into and superseded by a Special Award for an organization composed primarily of businesses that are socially oriented and have implemented plans and projects to alleviate poverty, improve the environment, and other CSR practices. In the past few years, awardees included Singapore Compact for CSR, Business Ethics Institute of Malaysia and Indonesia Business Links.
The Lifetime Achievement Awardee is still open on a case to case basis. Both the Special Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award are not competitive. There is no application process. Conference Partners may nominate a person or a company. Both awards differ from the Asian CSR awards, which are structured with a board of judges, and a formal search and selection process.