ABOUT US

Established in 2009, CSR LEBANON S.A.R.L. is an independent consulting firm, a social enterprise aiming to raise awareness about Corporate Social Responsibility. Through our consultancy, from strategy to reporting, we provide a better understanding of the CSR concept among the public and private sectors, and in the community.

Our Vision

To Make CSR an essential part of our national culture; towards a National CSR Strategy 

Our Mission

To provide an informative platform to companies, and support  them in embodying CSR in their core business  strategies and  operations, aiming to align profitability  with sustainability and  human development.

Address

Verdun, Monte Marina center, Block C, 3rd floor, Beirut - Lebanon

Call Us

 +9611-747798  /  Fax : +9611-747698

Email Us

info@csrlebanon.com
ENVIRONMENT
CONSERVING RESOURCES
RESPONSIBILITY FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

In an increasingly environmentally conscious world, corporations have an ethical and moral obligation to protect the environment not only through complying with regulations, but also by innovating and reducing their environmental impacts. A significant number of corporations have taken action on this objective by integrating green practices in their daily operations and products and promoting them among customers.

COMMUNITY
CARING FOR PEOPLE
MAKING A REAL DIFFERENCE IN SOCIETY

For corporations to survive and grow, they need to achieve a “social license” through getting involved in fulfilling direct community needs and providing sustainable solutions. Acting beyond formal regulatory processes, corporations can win their surrounding communities’ endorsement through timely and effective communication, meaningful dialogue, and impactful initiatives.

BOTTOM LINE
INCREASING PROFITABILITY
BUSINESS CASE OF RESPONSIBILITY

Displaying commitment to CSR is one way to achieve brand loyalty and build a positive reputation and goodwill with stakeholders. Winning the heart of your employees and community and saving on capital through mainstreaming ethical practices and enhanced management of resources can only improve a company’s bottom line on the long term.

Forum
THE 6TH CSR LEBANON FORUM

CSR LEBANON IS LAUNCHING THE 6TH FORUM

The 6th CSR LEBANON FORUMTM will discuss how companies today are looking for diverse ways for social impact to help them create competitive advantage and how several Lebanese companies have been pioneers in fundamentally transforming their business by intentionally incorporating social impact into the DNA of their strategy.

 

  • ENVIRONMENT
  • COMMUNITY
  • BOTTOM LINE
  • 6TH CSR LEBANON FORUM

OUR SERVICES

STRATEGIES
CSR LEBANON works with companies to set a CSR vision, design, and implement a CSR strategy that leverages...more
REPORTING
We work with companies to create a reporting and communications strategy based on global standards and guidelines...more
ADVISORY
CSR LEBANON advises corporations on how best to move forward with their CSR plans in a way that helps them protect...more
TRAINING
Our training workshops help companies better understand the CSR culture, adopt new CSR trends and communicate CSR...more
ENGAGEMENT
CSR LEBANON works with companies to develop highly collaborative and innovative engagement strategies ...more
CONFERENCES
CSR can no longer be considered as a luxury that companies use for short-term gains and brighter public exposure...more

SAID ABOUT CSR LEBANON

  • "On the occasion of the 5th CSR LEBANON FORUM, I wish to recognize the progress made in instilling the culture of CSR in the business community and the consequent growth in the number, diversity and value of initiatives sponsored by this community. This development is due to the efforts of CSR LEBANON. Much remains to be done, however, in order to deploy all the synergies that only a concerted, focused national strategy can help achieve. I wish the Forum great success"


    H.E. Mr. Tammam Salam, Prime Minister of Lebanon
    10 July 2015
  • "There is no doubt that socially and environmentally responsible corporations will earn greater competitiveness, better relationships with their stakeholders, and more efficient risk management. On the banking level, CSR is essential to leverage customer confidence. We applaud CSR LEBANON’s efforts throughout the past Six years in building the foundations for proper CSR adoption in Lebanon. It has been a pleasure to be a strategic supporter of the CSRLEBANON FORUM since its establishment in 2009. This is an excellent regional business and social platform for sharing international knowledge and experience about Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility."


    H.E. Mr. Riad Salamé, Governor of Banque Du Liban
    25 June 2015
  • "CSR LEBANON, under the guidance of Mr. Khaled Kassar, is building momentum for sustainable business practices in Lebanon and the region, and its mission is to support companies seeking to develop their strategies inthis area. UNDP and CSR LEBANON recently signed an MOU in order to cooperate in preparing for the Lebanese CSR Country Report and move towards a national CSR agenda."


    Mr. Georg Kell, Executive Director of the UNGC
    18 May 2009
  • “I was very pleased to see so many entrepreneurs present at the 4th CSR LEBANON FORUM and ready to work in the true spirit of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The European Union has been advancing in Lebanon on the practice of a ‘social contract’ and we are fully supporting CSR LEBANON, led by Mr. Khaled Kassar.”


    H.E. Mrs. Angelina Eichhorst, Head of EU Delegation to Lebanon
    10 December 2014
  • “Congratulations on the very considerable success of the conference. Having organized various events myself, I know just how much hard work has to go into such conferences. You did exceptionally well to get so many speakers from outside Lebanon. CSR LEBANON achieved an international level event in Beirut, one which we only see in annual conferences organized by global sustainability leaders like the UNGC, GRI, and the BITC."


    Professor David Grayson, Director of the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, Cranfield University UK, London
    20 March 2013
  • “Thank you for the opportunity to be part of such a great event. It is always great to hear from like-minded individuals who are passionate about sustainability.
    I attended the UN Global Compact’s 10th anniversary of the 10th Principle on Anti-Corruption in New York and the main theme was directly in line with the message that I took away from the CSR LEBANON Forum that "Values and principles should be a fundamental part of business transactions.”


    Dr. Joel Carboni, President and Founder, GPM Global, New York, USA
    10 December 2014
  • “Such a privilege to be part of the Conference again this year. Each year there is more passion, more knowledge and more examples of a Lebanese version of CSR. Long may it continue! Thank you all for making the Forum one of the highlights of the year, and I look forward to seeing you next year!"


    Mr. Dwayne Baraka, CEO, Value CSR, UK, London
    20 December 2014
  • “On behalf of my colleagues, thank you for the opportunity to participate in this important conference. I was pleasantly surprised by the level of the Forum and the high caliber of speakers and audience from the corporate and academic sectors.”


    Dr. Ahmad Dallal, The Former Provost, American University of Beirut, AUB
    18 December 2014
  • “Thank you for all your efforts to promote CSR concepts and profound aims in Lebanon professional community through this forum. It has been a privilege and honor to participate.”


    Dr. Nesreen Ghaddar, Former Associate Provost, Qatar Chair in Energy Studies & Professor of Mechanical Engineering, American University of Beirut, AUB
    10 December 2014
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of consumers worldwide are willing to pay more for a product from a company they feel is socially responsible


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of CEO’s believe that the greatest benefit of addressing sustainability is improved brand reputation.


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of corporate social practices in lebanon remain philanthropic Not Strategic, with little consideration beyond PR.



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of big Lebanese Firms have short-term “CSR initiatives”, yet only 2% of banks published official CSR reports.



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