Social Responsibility Networks (SRN): The Role of the International Civil Society in Redressing the Negative Effects of Globalization at the Local Level

Main Article Content

Maria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez


Civil society, corporate social responsibility (CSR), globalization, social responsibility networks (SRN)


There is both theoretical and empirical evidence which indicates that the processes
of globalization have intensified the onset of social exclusion and environmental
problems. Globalized processes may also exacerbate inequalities that, in order to
be readdressed, require transnational, transparent, accountable and participative
governance systems,  with an active and recognised contribution by the local
community in the amelioration of these problems.
This paper focuses on transnational participation of civil society actors as well as
private corporations and state agencies, which together provide a platform for the
development of a broader scope for corporate social responsibility (CSR).


Download data is not yet available.
Abstract 957 | PDF Downloads 1104