An International Standard ISO 26000 that contains recommendations on how to contribute to sustainable environmental, social and economic development – for all companies and organisations, everywhere?
ISO 26000 was developed by 450 experts from 99 countries and 40 international organisations during 5 years. ln 2010, after handling more than 25 000 written comments, the standard was published in consensus. More than 80 countries have adopted ISO 26000 as a national standard and made it available to the national market. 20 more countries are in progress.
How is the standard being used?
What are some of the supporting initiatives? How does it relate to other standards?
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