The editorial board has approved the following governance related to the ISO26000.info website:
- ISO26000.info is non-commercial and not for profit
- ISO26000.info should as far as possible reflect use of ISO 26000 in both developed and emerging/developing countries.
- ISO26000.info should create value for all types of organizations and companies, be it micro, small, medium, or large, and in different sectors such as private, public, civil society.
- ISO26000.info should create value to all relevant stakeholders, especially from the categories that were involved in developing ISO 26000: Industry, NGOs, Labour, Government, Consumer, Service/Support/Research/Others, and standardization professionals
- The editorial board should embrace both institutional memory from the ISO working group process that developed ISO 26000, competencies related to how the standard is being used in practice, and strive for balance related to stakeholder categories, gender and region (developed, developing)
Members of the editorial board
Mr. Staffan Söderberg, Sweden, Editor of the site. Former Vice Chair of the international ISO 26000 Working Group. Contact Staffan (LinkedIn)
Ms. Karla Guerrero, Mexico, social responsibility consultant with long experience in use of sustainability standards from ISO. Contact Karla (LinkedIn).
Mr. Jonathon Hanks, South Africa, has run training course on ISO 26000 for organisations across Africa and the MENA region. Former convenor of task group developing clause 4-5 of ISO 26000, and of the integrated drafting task group. Contact Jonathon (LinkedIn).
Mr. Pierre Mazeau, France, has applied ISO 26000 in many settings and knows the French context very well. Former convenor of task group developing clause 6 of ISO 26000. Contact Pierre (LinkedIn).
Mr. Martin Neureiter, Austria, has applied ISO 26000 in for example The Middle East and North Africa, GCC, and Eastern Europe. Former convenor of task group developing clause 7 of ISO 26000. Contact Martin (LinkedIn).