The MGSM Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Partnership Network is a multi-stakeholder, multi-sectorial collaboration of over 30 members from selected Australian companies, not-for-profit organisations and governmental departments known for their CSR initiatives.
Led by MGSM faculty leader of Global Citizenship, Dr Debbie Haski-Leventhal, the network conducts an annual study on CSR. In 2013 it examined corporate volunteering and employee engagement while in 2014 it focused on natural disaster responsiveness.
Sponsored by the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies since 2013, the MGSM CSR Partnership Network offers its members workshops, events and participation in an annual study on various aspects of CSR.
The network aims to create an evidence-based dialogue on various aspects of CSR through academic research while providing participating organisations with a strong network, inspirational practices and tools to enhance CSR and their employees’ engagement with it.
In 2014, the corporate members of the CSR network are Johnson & Johnson Medical, Johnson & Johnson Pacific, Janssen, the NAB, PwC, IBM, Qantas, Brookfield Johnson Controls, PwC, NRMA, CHEP, Clubs NSW, David Jones, Fuji Xerox, KPMG, Westfield, Kimberly Clark, Commonwealth Bank, Unilever, Citi, Optus and Macquarie University.
Not-for-profit members are Mission Australia, United Way Australia, Cancer Council NSW, The Salvation Army Australia, Habitat for Humanity Australia, World Vision, Volunteering QLD and the Red Cross.
In addition, The Commonwealth Department of Social Services and the NSW Office of Communities represent the governmental sector.
To join and support the MGSM CSR Partnership Network please contact CSR@MGSM.edu.au