(08:45 - 09:00) Registration
(09:00 - 09:15) Opening of the conference, welcome, presentation of the conference agenda
- welcome from Michael Diedring, CEELI Institute Director
- welcome message from Václav Havel
(09:15 - 09:45) Keynote speaker
- Olivier De Schutter (LL.M., Harvard; Ph.D., UCL)
Professor of Human Rights
(09:45 - 10:00) Coffee break
Block 1: What is the Actual State of CSR in the EU-10?
(10:00 - 10:20) Summary of experiences on the situation of CSR in the EU-10
- Pavel Franc, Program GARDE - Global Alliance for Responsibility Democracy and Equity of the Environmental Law Service
(10:20 - 11:00) Three Central European case studies: Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia
- Roman Havlíček, CEPA - Friends of the Earth Slovakia
- Philippe Kalfayan, FIDH - International Federation for Human Rights,
- Jiří Nezhyba, Program GARDE - Global Alliance for Responsibility Democracy and Equity of the Environmental Law Service
(11:O0 - 12:00) Plenary discussion: What is the Actual State of CSR in the EU-10?
(12:00 - 14:00) Lunch
Block 2: Taking CSR Seriously: What Should CSR Really Look Like?
(14:00 - 15:00) Four contributions on visions of what CSR should look like and if CSR is appropriate answer to today's challenges.
- Craig Bennett, Head of Corporate Accountability Campaign, Friends of the Earth UK,
- Vladimír Špidla, European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs & Equal Opportunities
- Richard Howitt, British MEP, European Parliament´s spokesperson on Corporate Social Responsibility
- Pierre Echard, Director of National Partner Network, CSR Europe
(15:00 - 15:45) Panel discussion among the above speakers
(15:45 - 17:00) Plenary discussion on the topic: What should CSR really look like?
(17:00 - 17:15) Coffee break
Block 3: Guided plenary debate on entire day, resulting in
(17:15 - 17:45) summary of contributions and debate
- Jan Drahokoupil, evaluator, Economy and Society Trust, Czech Republic; Central European University, Budapest; University of Amsterdam
The conference will be interpreted between English and Czech.
Should you require any additional information at this point, please contact:
EPS - GARDE
(+420) 545 575 229
League of Human Rights
(+420) 224 816 765