Working with Civil Society Organisations
The input of CSO supporters in the development of scorecards is hugely important. The scorecards define four levels of responsible business behaviour:
CSOs are often uniquely placed to use their knowledge of poor practices to help imagine what better and best practices might look like, both now and into the future.
Identification of better and better practices can be exhilrating. They may be identified through new innovative business responses to certain issues or a new increased awareness and understanding of alternative approaches and possibilities.
Question and scorecard development is an open and collaborative process, we appreciate all public and organisation input. We also make the history of scorecards available so that all changes can be tracked, and so we can monitor how scorecards have changed in line with new information/input.
Director, Tax Justice Network
"Tax Justice Network regards transparency and accountability as fundamental to good business practice. There is a dynamic debate underway around how business ethics are evolving in this direction. We like Responsible 100’s progressive and exciting approach to engaging a broad range of organisations and people in it."