The Hollings Center’s series on Responsible Business explores economic factors and business initiatives that can be used to create more productive and peaceful communities. The series explores the detailed links between the US and Muslim-majority nations in the global economy.
Robert E. McNulty Co-Chair of PRME Business for Peace Working Group and Program Director of the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University discusses the potential of private enterprise in improving social issues and contributing to peace. He highlights how businesses can be engines of social transformation and outlines several social needs requiring response….
Awad Mustafa, National Security Correspondent for The National, discusses both successful and unsuccessful examples of investment by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in to the Greater Horn of Africa.
Cedomir Nestorovic discusses CSR in the Muslim-majority countries of Southeast Asia, exploring the effects of Chinese policy on this region and comparing the varying CSR practices of Asia, the Middle East and the West.
Karima Essabbak, of the World Forum Lille, discusses whether or not corporate social responsibility is a value or a product and what success companies are finding from their CSR strategies.
Shadab Fareeduddin, a CSR expert from Pakistan, discusses CSR in an Islamic context, answering the question of whether or not CSR and Islam can coexist.