Posts Tagged: seminar

Giving the presentation “Current European CSR trend and difference from Japanese CSR” in Study Group at the Institute for Enterprise in Chuo University

Mr Takeshi Shimotaya, Managing Director of Sustainavision, gave the presentation about ”Current European CSR trend and difference from Japanese CSR” in Published Study Group at the Institute for Enterprise in Chuo University on 13th of March 2013. It was held at Tama Campus of Chuo University in Hachioji city, Tokyo. Mr Shimotaya gave a presentation about ”Current European CSR trend and difference from Japanese CSR”, including ①EU CSR strategy and progresses ②Quotas for women on boards ③European companies’ approach to Human ... Read more

Giving the speech “Current European CSR trend and difference from Japanese CSR”

Mr Takeshi Shimotaya, Managing Director of Sustainavision gave the speech, ”Current European CSR trend and difference from Japanese CSR” at the seminar of “Thinking challenges and opportunities of Japanese CSR from a global perspective” organised by Caux Round Table Japan and Cetus & General Press in Osaka on 1st of March 2013.  (more…) Read more

Giving the speech, ”Current European Companies’ approach to Human Rights” at Human Rights Workshop

Sustainavision Managing Director Mr Shimotaya gave the speech, ”Current European Companies’ approach to Human Rights” at Human Rights Workshop organised by Sustainability Forum Japan and Hurights Osaka, and supported by Global Compact Japan Network (GC-JN) in Tokyo, JAPAN on 28 of February 2013. (more…) Read more

Giving the Presentation “The progress of the European CSR strategy and Current European Companies’ approach to Human Rights”

Sustainavision Managing Director Mr Shimotaya gave the presentation ” The progress of the European CSR strategy and Current European Companies’ approach to Human Rights” for IEMA Certified Sustainability CSR practitioners in Seminar at Nippon Foundation in Tokyo,  JAPAN on 27th of 2013. (more…) Read more

The 5th IEMA Approved Certified Sustainability Practitioner Training for Japanese Managers held in Tokyo, Japan

The Sustainavision hosted for the for the 5th time of the global Training Program “IEMA Approved Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner” on 21 & 22 February 2013. Participants included CSR managers and specialists from global Japanese organizations and institutions including Sony, Panasonic, Takeda Pharmaceutical, and Suntory Holdings have joined the training. Guest Speaker on this event was visiting Prof. Makoto Teranaka from Tokyo Keizai University a well-known speaker on Human Rights. (more…) Read more

The Fourth IEMA Approved Certified Sustainability Practitioner Training for Japanese Managers held in Tokyo, Japan

The Sustainavision in collaboration with the Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) hosted for the for the second time in Tokyo, Japan   its global Training Program “Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner” on 12 & 13 September 2012. Participants included managers from global Japanese organizations and institutions including Calbee, Hitachi Systems, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu have joined the training. Guest Speaker on this event was visiting Prof. (more…) Read more

The third IEMA Approved Certified Sustainability Practitioner Training for Japanese Managers held in Osaka, Japan

The Sustainavision in collaboration with the Centre for Sustainability and Excellence (CSE) hosted for the for the second time in Osaka, Japan   its global Training Program “Certified Sustainability (CSR) Practitioner” on 6 & 7 September 2012. Guest Speaker on this event was Mr. Osamu Shiraishi, former Human Rights Officer, Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, from Director of Hurights Osaka, a well known speaker on Human Rights. (more…) Read more

CSR seminar: Discuss what is the difference between European & Northern American CSR(Sustainability) and Japanese CSR(Sustainability)

Sustainavision held CSR seminar: Discuss what is the difference between European & Northern American CSR(Sustainability) and Japanese CSR(Sustainability) on 25 Shibuya , Tokyo, Japan. Although it was on Saturday, 34 CSR specialists attended this seminar. (more…) Read more