Business in the Community Ireland has published a report on the findings of a year-long collaborative working group on stakeholder engagement.
Employment for People from Immigrant Communities (EPIC), one of our Employment programmes, needs your help. EPIC supports immigrants in Ireland to become financially independent and more socially integrated by entering employment or further education and training. This unique initiative has to date impacted the lives of over 1300 people from 95 nationalities. 69% of EPIC
Roadmap aims to create up to 1200 new jobs and an 85% decarbonisation of the cement and concrete sectors in line with EU targets Ecocem Ireland recently released a consultation document outlining a Carbon Reduction Roadmap for the cement and concrete sector at an industry event held in Dublin. The roadmap is a response to
Almost €500,000 in funding distributed to Arthur Guinness Projects winners In September, Guinness & Co. announced details of the winning projects in the Arthur Guinness Projects creative and cultural initiative. The Arthur Guinness Projects, which was launched in June this year, was developed to champion and celebrate people whose ideas, passion and spirit are enhancing
Accenture and Concern Worldwide have recently announced that the Accenture Foundations have awarded Concern an additional grant of US$3.25 million to continue its funding of conservation farming programs in Zambia and Malawi. This grant will build on an established agri-business skills training program which educates and assists farmers and communities in sustainable farming practices. The
Over the last number of years, corporate stakeholder engagement has evolved considerably. More than ever, communities and individuals expect to be involved and consulted in developments in their area. Companies that are involved, particularly in major infrastructure projects, are learning both from their mistakes and successes. The recently published Stakeholder Engagement Report is the output