About CSIR

CSIR was launched at the 2nd National Economic Summit in 2011. It aims to showcase social accountability practices/impact of companies in Nigeria and present the sustainability approach of companies in line with their workplace policies, community development projects and approach to environmental sustainability

CSIR development process


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Frameworks used to benchmark CSIR

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RobecoSAM is an investment specialist organisation focused exclusively on sustainability investing, responsible for assessing companies based on sustainability. For the DJSI, companies are assessed based on economic, social and environmental criteria.
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Business in the Community (BITC) is one of The Prince's Charities, a group of non-profit organisations of which HRH The Prince of Wales is president.
BITC's CR index provides insight into how leading companies are driving responsible business practise.
Global reporting initiative logo
The Global reporting Initiative is an international non-profit organization that pioneered and developed a comprehensive sustainability reporting framework widely used around the world.
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The Socially Responsible Investment Index of Johannesburg Stock Exchange seeks to foster good corporate citizneship and promote sustainable development.
It is managed by EIRIS, a global provider of research into corporate environment, social and governance performance.
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The FTSE Group of London Stock Exchanege plays an active role in all major regional sustainable investment industry associations.
For the FTSE4Good Index series, companies are assessed based on environmental, social and governance criteria
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Thomson Reuters is a global source of intelligent information for business and professionals.
ASSET4 manages the ratings, which provide objective, relevant amd systematic environmental, social and governance information on companies.
Development process