Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Applied to Educational Needs in Latin America

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Luz Maria Yepes Rivera



This paper explores the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and how it has been changing for over the last 50 years. It also considers the importance of CSR and the implementation of social actions in the community, most of all, in specific areas that need more attention such as poverty and education, the last one being the focus of this article. The research method, supported by the author’s own concept, allows us to summarize and simplify the information collected about the Latin American companies that belong to the Fortune 500s list. We can identify which of them have social responsibility focused on education and what they do to achieve it. Finally, the article mentions two particular examples of Latin American companies with social responsibility in the education field.


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