This publication from Boston College's Center for Corporate Citizenship, "How to Read a Corporate Social Responsibility Report: A User's Guide", is intended to help those approaching corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting for the first time. CSR reports can be confusing to readers, in part because of their length and the volume and variety of information included, and in part because it is often difficult to distinguish the information they contain that is valuable from what is not.
CorporateRegister.com is the primary reference point for corporate responsibility (CR) reports and resources worldwide. The majority of content is available free of charge as a service to the global CR stakeholder community, and is made available by signing up for a free online account.
Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire Reports feature and link to recently published, non-financial Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability reports. The CSR Reports page also lists any press releases associated with the publication of a given report.
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