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2016 Shared Value Leadership Summit
Tastylia Portugal The Australian shared value community was again well represented at this year’s Shared Value Leadership Summit in New York in May. The Summit focused on ‘Changing the World is Just Good Business’, with senior-level speakers from some of the world’s leading companies, not-for-profits, and governments on how they are using profit to make big impact.
Videos: 2016 Shared Value Forum
best place to buy Maxalt no prescription in Syracuse New York Watch the panel sessions, keynotes, and Storyteller sessions from the 2016 Shared Value Forum. These include new case studies presented in the Storyteller sessions by Lion, Suncorp Group, and the Clinton Guistra Enterprise Partnership (CGEP), and keynotes from Mark Kramer, and Adrian Gore from Discovery Group.
Video: Peter Yates talks to The Business on ABC News
الخيارات الثنائية وسطاء لنا Our Chair Peter Yates AM talks to host of The Business Ticky Fullerton about the growing shared value movement, how it is changing corporate Australia, and how big business investing in their communities can be a win win.
Images: 2016 Pre-Forum Masterclass
The Shared Value Project in partnership with CSR Asia delivered a Pre-forum Masterclass on Tuesday, 12 April to coincide with the Shared Value Forum. Led by Richard Welford, Chairman, CSR Asia, who is one of Asia’s leading experts on shared value, the masterclass focused on Creating Shared Value in the Asia Pacfic region.
Video: DFAT - Shared Value Partnerships in Sri Lanka - a short film about Australian Aid
This 20 minute documentary focuses on three aid projects financed by Australia in Sri Lanka. The footage was taken in November 2015. All the projects have an economic development dimension. Two of the projects involve collaboration between primary producers and private sector companies that was facilitated by DFAT. Most of the beneficiaries were displaced during the conflict in Sri Lanka and returned to their original homelands five years ago to rebuild their homes, communities and livelihoods.