Global dimension and CSR in higher education
Simulation games on CSR
In the course of the project, three simulation games on the global dimension and corporate social responsibility were created in Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. These versions refer to teaching staff of commercial subjects of the secondary level and business high schools. Within the project they were piloted and applied in business high schools and with business students of universities.
Seminar concept on CSR
EPIZ designed a complex seminar concept for business management students as future leaders for sustainability, also addressing the issues of global social responsibility. The seminar concept entitled „Global entrepreneurial responsibility“ allows a good insight into CSR and sustainability with a special focus on the global dimension. Important topics such as human rights and economy, environmental impacts of global companies, trade unions and their international labour standards or CSR basic models and approaches and instruments of clothing industry are covered here. Two CSR seminar series have been implemented at the University of Applied Science in Berlin in the winter term 2014/2015 and the summer term 2015.
Module on global responsibility
The Austrian partner Südwind created this module for the advanced education of teachers with the topic entrepreneurial responsibility with the example of the mobile phone.
Suggestions on curricula improvements
Within the project, recommendations for an improved integration of CSR in higher education have been developed.
Dialog Forum about global dimension of CSR in higher education
On 23.06.2015, the dialog forum hosted by the Berlin Chamber of Skilled Crafts was conducted. The participants represented SMEs, teachers working in the field of sustainability and CSR as well as representatives from Chamber of Crafts. During the event, various concepts of implementation sustainability and CSR issues in education were explained.
Brochure “What NGDOs recommend”
The brochure „What the NGDO” recommend” considers several questions such as: What is the direction of the International development? What is the right position in fighting with extreme poverty in the countries of Global South? What are new tools for development? Furthermore, it describes the concept of development, debts, climate, human rights, etc.