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The ISO 26000 guideline

ISO 26000 is the international guideline for social responsibility. The guideline helps organizations to determine their social responsibilities. The guideline also advices on the anchoring of CSR within the whole organization.

The ISO 26000 guideline gives answers on questions as:

  • What is CSR?
  • What are the CSR principles?
  • What are the CSR core subjects?
  • How can I set up a CSR policy and implement it?
  • How do I create involvement for CSR?
  • How do I optimize my current CSR policy?
  • How can I profile my organization more clearly with CSR?

ISO 26000: usable for all type of organizations

The ISO 26000 guideline can be used for organizations of any size. Also branche and location doesn’t matter. The guideline was developed using a multi-stakeholder approach involving experts from more than 90 countries. These experts were form six different stakeholder groups: consumers, government, industry, labour, non-governmental organizations and service, support, research, academics and others.
The ISO 26000 is subscrides by all the ISO-countries, these can be found on the website:  

For small to medium-sizes organizations counts that all core subjects but not all issues are relevant.


Voluntary basis

ISO 26000 is a guideline, an appliance. Applying the guideline is entirely voluntary. It clearly states the social involvement of organizations. Something that becomes more and more important.

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Core subjects of ISO 26000

The seven core subjects of the ISO 26000 are:

  • Organizational governance
  • Human rights
  • Labour practices
  • The environment
  • Fair operating practices
  • Consumer issues
  • Community involvement and development
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