Corporate Responsibility for Cultural Heritage

This book examines the relationship between two divergent fields – corporate activity and heritage conservation – linking the financing of conservation and its benefits with the corporate social responsibility (CSR) goals of the private ...

Corporate Responsibility for Cultural Heritage

Author: Fiona Starr

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0415656192

Page: 229

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This book examines the relationship between two divergent fields – corporate activity and heritage conservation – linking the financing of conservation and its benefits with the corporate social responsibility (CSR) goals of the private sector. Through discussion of physical conservation, benefits to heritage site visitors, sustainable development impacts, and corporate benefits such as improved reputation, this book outlines the shared value of corporate support for cultural heritage sites, and encourages financial and in-kind support for conservation and responsible activity by the private sector. Providing a convincing commercial rationale for CSR managers to engage with cultural heritage sites, this book suggests how companies may reap the benefits of CSR for heritage. Author Fiona Starr offers advice for companies looking to specialize in a unique CSR endeavor, especially those looking to engage with emerging markets. The book also provides useful strategies for heritage managers to attract CSR and financial support, offering new look at the financing of heritage conservation at both international and local levels and providing a new approach to the future of financing of cultural heritage conservation

Corporate Responsibility for Cultural Heritage

Corporate survey respondents who had not previously been involved with
heritage were generally unsure if support for cultural heritage would affect the
company's brand reputation. All the more reason to discuss the outcomes of
previous ...

Corporate Responsibility for Cultural Heritage

Author: Fiona Starr

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135135827

Page: 230

View: 211

This book examines the relationship between two divergent fields – corporate activity and heritage conservation – linking the financing of conservation and its benefits with the corporate social responsibility (CSR) goals of the private sector. Through discussion of physical conservation, benefits to heritage site visitors, sustainable development impacts, and corporate benefits such as improved reputation, this book outlines the shared value of corporate support for cultural heritage sites, and encourages financial and in-kind support for conservation and responsible activity by the private sector. Providing a convincing commercial rationale for CSR managers to engage with cultural heritage sites, this book suggests how companies may reap the benefits of CSR for heritage. Author Fiona Starr offers advice for companies looking to specialize in a unique CSR endeavor, especially those looking to engage with emerging markets. The book also provides useful strategies for heritage managers to attract CSR and financial support, offering new look at the financing of heritage conservation at both international and local levels and providing a new approach to the future of financing of cultural heritage conservation

Mobilising Corporate Social Responsibility for World Cultural Heritage Conservation

Through case studies and international surveys, this thesis investigates means to mobilise further corporate responsibility for World Cultural Heritage Conservation.

Mobilising Corporate Social Responsibility for World Cultural Heritage Conservation

Author: Fiona Starr

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 670

View: 794

Through case studies and international surveys, this thesis investigates means to mobilise further corporate responsibility for World Cultural Heritage Conservation. It reveals a strong business case for support, based on the sustainable development benefits and shared value for all stakeholders and makes recommendations for using the findings to engage companies.

Human Rights Corporate Responsibility

Wright ( 1995 : 57 ) has suggested that native title recognition has included or
incorporated resistant indigenous voices into mainstream ( legal ) culture with the
effect of co - opting or even silencing of these voices . Cultural heritage , she ...

Human Rights  Corporate Responsibility

Author: Stuart Rees

Publisher: Pluto PressAustralia

ISBN:

Page: 339

View: 266

Collection of articles addressing issues such as globalisation and human rights, worker's rights, environmental protection, affirming the rights of children, women and indigenous peoples, the impact of international trade regimes on cultural rights, business ethics and corruption. Includes a bibliography and an index Contributors are academics and business executives. Rees is director of the centre for peaace and conflict studies at the University of Sydney. Wrigth is senior lecturer in the faculty of law at the University of Sydney.

Cultural Marketing and Archaeology

actively in the management of Brazilian cultural resources , as an expression of
social responsibility . I develop a plan for a cultural heritage protection policy that
is based on sustainable community administrative practice . This plan integrates
 ...

Cultural Marketing and Archaeology

Author: Patricia Vaz Pitaluga

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 256

View: 374

Final Report

that such despoliation of the cultural heritage is largely the result of a lack of
community awareness capable of ... so that they take on the social responsibility
of protecting the cultural heritage ; That in addition governments include in their ...

Final Report

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 114

View: 525

Three Capitals of Islamic Art

Carrying the Turkish cultural heritage to new generations FOR Türk Telekom ,
social responsibility means the responsibility to support the cultural and
economic development of the society in order to improve its quality of life .
Inspired by its ...

Three Capitals of Islamic Art

Author: Musée du Louvre

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 337

View: 294

The Bible as Cultural Heritage

sense of our responsibility for others ( but limited now to the covenant the
community ) , develops with the emergence of Israel as a people . This finds
expression in the law codes of the Pentateuch , with their conspicuous
expressions of social ...

The Bible as Cultural Heritage

Author: Wim Beuken

Publisher: Orbis Books

ISBN:

Page: 132

View: 502

Environmental Policy and Law

... community and corporate responsibility for the K . Cultural Heritage
Parliamentarians should urge Governments to address the problem of increasing
viola tions of relevant conventions , especially violations of the Hague
Convention of 1954 ...

Environmental Policy and Law

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 867

Early Church Architectural Forms

Cultural heritage site managers , usually archaeologists employed by
government departments who may be responsible ... basic objectives and
principles of site interpretation in relation to authenticity , intellectual integrity ,
social responsibility ...

Early Church Architectural Forms

Author: Susan Balderstone

Publisher: Eisenbrauns

ISBN:

Page: 70

View: 823

European Cultural Heritage A review of policies and practice

responsible for the Cultural Heritage agreed certain principles as a common
reference point for heritage policies ... It identified the need to analyse the ways in
which the cultural heritage could contribute to cultural cohesion and social ...

European Cultural Heritage  A review of policies and practice

Author: Rob Pickard

Publisher: Council of Europe

ISBN: 9789287148674

Page: 124

View: 600

How can Europe's cultural heritage be promoted to encourage intercultural dialogue and enhance quality of life? This volume analyses how the Council of Europe can develop synergies between sectoral policies related to architectural, archaeological, movable, intangible and natural heritage. The companion volume "European cultural heritage: volume 1" (ISBN 9287148643) is a collection of the main intergovernmental texts in this field.

Tourism s Potential as a Sustainable Development Strategy

... Generated Through Survey 18.1 Utilize the potential of volunteerism as a
catalyst for destinations seeking to preserve and interpret their cultural heritage .
18.2 Tap into the growing trend toward corporate or individual social
responsibility .

Tourism s Potential as a Sustainable Development Strategy

Author: World Tourism Organization

Publisher: World Tourism Organization Publications

ISBN:

Page: 156

View: 831

Proceedings from the 2004 WTO Tourism Policy Forum held at George Washington University, Washington D.C. on 18-20 October 2004

Corporate Social Responsibility and Safety and Health at Work

The company provides opportunities for development and encourages a
leadership culture that supports its values . ... personnel , occupational health
and safety , training , customer relations , land use and cultural heritage and
sponsorships .

Corporate Social Responsibility and Safety and Health at Work

Author: European Agency for Safety and Health at Work

Publisher: Renouf Publishing Company Limited

ISBN:

Page: 125

View: 357

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is where companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations. To be socially responsible means going beyond fulfilling the legal expectations, by also investing 'more' into human capital, the environment and the relations with stakeholders. This report explores the interactions between CSR and safety and health at work both at company and policy level. Eleven company cases from six EU countries are presented as examples. CSR is a development that is taking root in a broad variety of industrial sectors and that is relevant for large companies as well as for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).