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Coporate social responsibility and governance

The International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR) is at the heart of interdisciplinary research into CSR and Governance across Nottingham University Business School, creating impactful research through cross-network, multi-partner collaborations with a local focus and global reach.

The Centre is one of the largest of its kind in the UK and has a strong focus on research collaborations between internal and external networks, such as the Rights Lab and Future Foods Beacons of Excellence as well as its affiliated tri-campus centres. 

  • The MCAT project, funded by UKRI as part of the Global Challenges Research Fund, is investigating the moral capabilities of vulnerable women in post-conflict settings through international multi-sector partnerships across the UK and Philippines.
  • Our GCRF funded Sustainable Artisanal and Small-scale Mining (Sust-ASM) project, is delivered through an interdisciplinary project team with academics from the social sciences, engineering, health and humanities in the UK and Kenya in conjunction with numerous non-academic stakeholders.
  • Our research is both interdisciplinary and current, with an on-going project investigating consumer wellbeing and resilience in the global Covid-19 pandemic, this being delivered through a collaboration with our University of Nottingham Tri-Campus partners located in Malaysia and China. 




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