Law, Development, and Social Responsibility Working Group

 

 

Objectives

The GFLJD working group (WG) on Law, Development, and Social Responsibility is designed to address the challenges posed by the Sustainable Development Goal - SDG 16, particularly to strengthen the rule of law (16.3) in the World Bank's member countries and the development of effective, accountable, and transparent institutions at all levels (16.6), either public or private.

The working group is a multi-stakeholder forum and network that draws on the ISJPS/CNRS (Institut des sciences juridique et philosophique de la Sorbonne/Institut des sciences humaines et sociales) and Paris Sorbonne University research expertise and multi-stakeholder network on corporate social responsibility. It gathers partners from academia, civil society, public, and private sectors to discuss the challenges for effectively implementing legal and policy mechanisms for Social Responsibility Organization as a whole (i.e., market, government, intergovernmental, and non-governmental institutions), and their contribution for sustainable development. To achieve this aim, the WG organizes roundtables to build technical capacity and strengthen the understanding of Social Responsibility Organization practices from local, regional, and global perspectives.


Activities

WEBINAR | From Commitments to Action in Corporate Social Responsibility: the Private Sector Engaged in Promoting Racial Equality | VIRTUAL | November 10, 2021

WEBINAR | Due Diligence and Social Responsibility: National perspectives | VIRTUAL | March 26, 2021

 

CO-CHAIRS AND MEMBERS

Harold Epineuse
 
  Harold Epineuse
Amicus Curiae
Kathia Martin-Chenut   Kathia Martin-Chenut
Sorbonne’s Legal and Philosophical Sciences Institute
ISJPS/CNRS
and University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

Camila Perruso
 

Camila Perruso
ISJPS/CNRS
and University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne


François-Guy Trébulle
  François-Guy Trébulle
Honorary Dean
Sorbonne Law School, University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne

Camila Villard Duran
 

Camila Villard Duran
Faculty of Law, University of São Paulo
USP and Global Economic Governance Programme, University of Oxford