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Something to Believe In: Creating Trust and Hope in Organisations: Stories of Transparency, Accountability and Governance logo Something to Believe In: Creating Trust and Hope in Organisations: Stories of Transparency, Accountability and Governance
In a world where trust in politicians, corporations and the processes that determine our lives continues to dwindle, this innovative book brings together research, case studies and stories that begin to answer a central question for society: How we can create organisations, institutions, groups and societies that can nurture trusting relationships with one another and among individuals? Something to Believe In provides a fresh take on the corporate responsibility debate, based as it is on the work of key global thinkers on corporate social responsibility, along with a raft of work developed from collaborations between the New Academy of Business and the United Nations Volunteers, UK Department for International Development and TERI-Europe in countries such as Brazil, Nicaragua, Ghana, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Nigeria, the Philippines and South Africa.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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