The NSB in Brazil has developed its own national certifiable standard based on ISO 26000. It is called ABNT NBR 16001 and there is a great brochure that explains how the international standard relates to the national standard.
After 9 years of local negotiations between stakeholders in India consensus has been reached: ISO 26000:2010 Guidance on Social Responsibility is adopted as a national standard. The standard was adopted as it was originally worded with one exception, the long… Read More »India adopts ISO 26000 as national standard
The ISO brochure showing how ISO 26000 can be used to contribute to the UN Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals has been translated into Spanish. Access it here!
A new ISO 26000 support network will have its first constitutional meeting October 28th in Bali, the day before the International Open Forum on ISO 26000 takes place at the same venue (http://iof2018.cfcd-indonesia.or.id/). This first meeting of The ISO 26000 Support Network is… Read More »ISO 26000 Support Network is launched
After eight years of promoting ISO 26000 the two ISO member bodies Sweden (SIS) and Brazil (ABNT) disbanded the ISO 26000 Post Publication Organization mid July 2018. The decision was a simple budget issue: stakeholders gladly invest in developing new… Read More »The ISO 26000 PPO is disbanded
IWA 26 is an ISO-deliverable that aims at helping users of ISO 26000 and users of ISO-management system standards understand each other a bit better. During the final plenary of the workshop a draft communication plan was initiated and it… Read More »IWA 26 communication plan
Some are not using ISO 26000 and that is OK In a recent interview in a Swedish sustainability magazine a couple of companies stated ‘We are not using ISO 26000 because taking societal responsibility and solving societal challenges in a… Read More »Not using ISO 26000? It is OK!