[Postponed] MRI Forum 107 - CSR Reporting in the Greater Bay Area: Institutional Environments, Measures and Future Application in Macao

 

Dear colleagues and friends of the Macau Ricci Institute,

Due to the recent regulation concerning the pandemic policy of the Macau Government the online public forum which was scheduled for Wednesday 29 September focused on "CSR Reporting in the Greater Bay Area" has been cancelled and postponed to a later date.

We will keep you posted as soon as we have any update on the forum.

Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Best wishes

Fr. Stephan Rothlin SJ

Macau Ricci Institute

 

親愛澳門利氏學社的朋友們,

為配合澳門政府的防疫措施及指引,茲通知原定於9月29日舉辦之線上講座「CSR Reporting in the Greater Bay Area」將會延後舉辦,如有任何有關活動的更新,會即時公佈,造成不便,敬請原諒。

罗世范 神父

澳門利氏學社

 
 
 

Date:

  • Postponed

Online Platform:

  • Zoom

Cooperation Partner:

  • University of Saint Joseph

Registration Link:

Time:

  • TBC

Cost:

  • Free

Languages:

  • English

Sponsor:

  • Macao Foundation (澳門基金會)
 

Speakers

Forum

Dr. Jenny Guan

Dr. Jenny Guan is President of the Macau Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility in Greater China, “MICSRGC”. An Assistant Professor of the Hotel Management Programme of the Macau Institute for Tourism Studies she holds PhD, MBA and BBA degrees from the Faculty of Business Administration, University of Macau. Previously, she worked for one of the big-4 accounting firms. Dr. Guan also has participated in a number of consultancy projects for the government and local associations. Her research interest is mainly in the areas of Corporate Social Responsibility, sustainability, social accounting and reporting. She has widely published in various business and management journals and published books with renowned publishers such as Routledge, Palgrave Macmillan and IGI Global.

 

 

Introduction

How to utilize limited resources and support various stakeholders has become a priority for private companies as well as for government bodies and regulatory authorities. Through theoretical framework and practical implication this Forum aims to discuss the current status of Corporate Social Responsibility, “CSR” Reporting in the Greater Bay Area and its application in Macau especially in the area of “ESG” (environmental, social and governance) reporting guidelines. The Forum strongly suggests that Macau must take a more active role in contributing towards CSR and various aspects of the Sustainable Development Goals.

 The content of the public lecture is mainly divided into the following sections:

•Introduction and Theoretical Basis of CSR Reporting;

• CSR Reporting in the Greater Bay Area;

• CSR & Corporate Governance Measures;

• CSR Reporting in Macao Gaming Tourism Industry;

• Macau Manifesto;

• Future Application in Macao;

• Conclusion