CSR MarketPlace event

The 2nd Hungarian CSR Marketplace took place on the 2nd June 2011 in the Millenáris Great Hall of Budapest. The exhibition was an official event of the Hungarian EU Presidency, the main patron of the event was Tibor Navracsics, Dr., Minister of Public Administration and Justice, Deputy Prime Minister.

 

Within the frameworks of the one-day exhibition 40 organizations presented their exemplary CSR good practices and Truly Responsible Enterprise models to more than 450 visitors. In order to foster the civil-corporate co-operation, 15 non-profit organizations had the opportunity to introduce their operation at the event. The 2011 CSR Awards were given to the organizations showcasing the best solutions. Three workshops and a round-table discussion also took place at the event. The presentations can be downloaded below.

 

At the Opening Ceremony speeches were presented by:

  • Dr. Tibor Navracsics, Minister of Hungarian Public Administration and Justice, Deputy Prime Minister
  • Richard Howitt, MEP, European Parliament spokesperson on Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Jan Noterdaeme, Senior Advisor on Strategy, EU and Stakeholder Relations, CSR Europe
  • Csaba Bodroghelyi, Executive Director, KÖVET

Workshops

CSR trends in Europe

Lecturer: Jan Noterdaeme (CSR Europe)

Downloadable presentation (pdf)

 

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Jan Noterdaeme is Senior Advisor for Strategy, EU and Stakeholder Relations, on behalf of the European C’homme’pany for CSR Europe. Before joining CSR Europe in 1996, he worked for the European Commission Directorate General on Employment, Industrial Relations and Social Affairs. Since 2002 he has represented CSR Europe in the Coordination Committee of the European Multistakeholder Forum on CSR. Jan played a role in the making of the European Policy on CSR (March 2006). Today, he is actively involved in the development of CSR Europe’s new initiative “Enterprise 2020”.

Enterprise 2020

Lecturer: Jan Noterdaeme (CSR Europe)

Downloadable presentation (pdf)

 

Please find more information about the Lecturer above.

How can corporate volunteering become fruitful?
2011 – European Year of volunteering

Lecturers: András F. Tóth, Emese Farkas (Volunteer Centre Foundation)

Downloadable presentation (pdf in Hungarian)

 

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András F. Tóth and Emese Farkas, the leaders of the Volunteer Centre Foundation, shared their experiences gained from organizing more than a hundred corporate volunteering programmes. “During the almost 10 years of operation of the Foundation we have encountered almost every trap and discovered almost every criterion of success of the corporate and non-profit co-operation. We will run an interactive workshop about these criteria collected during our practice, where participants also have the opportunity to influence the discussion by giving their experiences and asking questions. We will focus on Hungarian corporate volunteering trends in the light of the European Year of volunteering.”

CSR trends in Hungary – round table discussion

Participants of the round-table discussion were:

  • Csaba Bodroghelyi (KÖVET Association)
  • Tibor Héjj (Sunflower Nonprofit Ltd., Proactive Management Consulting Ltd.)
  • Pál Kapusy (MOL Group)
  • Borbála Papp-Váry (Ministry of Public Administration and Justice)
  • Moderator: András Stumpf (Heti Válasz)