The Corporate Sustainable Investor Report (CSIR) is a 9 year-old multi-stakeholder developed report – led by the CSR-in-Action Advocacy technical team – that researches and discloses the sustainability activities of companies in Nigeria. It is designed to be a one-stop shop for summarised information on companies’ practices in environmental, social and governance activities that impact bottom line in the immediate or long term. It is the first of its kind in Nigeria and the region, which takes into primary cognisance, the local business milieu in Nigeria and Africa at large.
- 01.The CSIR was launched at the 17th Nigerian Economic Summit in 2011
- 02.The CSIR encourages participation in and accurate reporting of sustainability practices by organisations in Nigeria through peer-based performance rankings
- 03.The CSIR presents the sustainability approach of companies in line with their workplace policies, social responsibility and environmental sustainability
- 04.A compelling resource for investors, business managers, academia and students.
The CSIR comes at a unique & opportune time in history for the private sector & especially those within companies responsible for planning & executing Corporate Social Responsibility measures & projects.
Discover how organisations performed each year in this compilation of the Corporate Social Responsibility and social investment initiatives in Nigeria.
The CSIR Objectives
CSIR over the years
Frameworks used to benchmark CSIR
For the FTSE4Good Index series, companies are assessed based on environmental, social and governance criteria
Shinning a spotlight on companies that are leading the soial responsibility & sustainability movement in Nigeria – as the Collective Social Investor Report: Nigeria 2013 does – is an important way to reward pioneers & inspire best practise.