CSR Partnerships
Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners
Wayne Dunn &
Steve Dennis
CSR Training Institute
info@csrtraini...
Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015
CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners
Should business
serve shar...
Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015
CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners
Seminar Outline
• Why Natu...
Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015
CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners
CSR Knowledge Centre
www.c...
Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015
CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners
The World Has Changed?
199...
Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015
CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners
Capital Flow into Emerging...
Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015
CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners
Increasing mandatory and
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CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners
Social value imperative
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Social value investments o...
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Global Development Framewo...
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Global Development Framewo...
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Global development framewo...
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Notice any similarities?
G...
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Why Unnatural Partnerships...
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World Vision - Beyond Gift...
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World Vision - Beyond Gift...
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About Development Op-Ed
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Early successes in CSR Par...
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Natural Partnerships AND U...
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Natural Partners | Unnatural Partnerships: CSR Partnership Seminar

Slides from a lecture and training session delivered to the extractive sector donor group and select invitees in Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015. The program, organized by Canada’s Department for Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, brought together a select group of participants for a short but intense seminar on CSR Partnerships To keep updated on postings and events go to www.csrtraininginstitute.com and sign up for the newsletter. If interested the CSR Knowledge Centre http://bit.ly/CSRknowledge contains a series of short, pragmatic articles on CSR Strategy, Management and related areas.
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Transcripts - Natural Partners | Unnatural Partnerships: CSR Partnership Seminar

  • 1. CSR Partnerships Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Wayne Dunn & Steve Dennis CSR Training Institute info@csrtraininginstitute.com www.csrtraininginstitute.com CSR Partnership Seminar Friday, Feb 13th, 2015 Nairobi, Kenya
  • 2. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Should business serve shareholders? Should business serve society? We help it to do both. Simultaneously Consulting Advisory services Training CSR events Strategy Project review CSR diagnostics Custom workshops Partnership development Stakeholder engagement Executive programs CSR communications
  • 3. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Seminar Outline • Why Natural Partners? • Why Unnatural Partnerships? • Workshop Results • Scenario/Role Playing With Prizes • Discussion
  • 4. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners CSR Knowledge Centre www.csrtraininginstitute.com/knowledge-centreEverything is available online (free!)
  • 5. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners The World Has Changed? 1990s • Business • NGOs • Development Agencies Today • Business • NGOs • Development Agencies
  • 6. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Capital Flow into Emerging Economies 1990 to 2015 Official Development Assistance 90% - 10%* Business Investment 10% - 90%* Huge changes over the past ~20 years * SWAG/PFS
  • 7. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Increasing mandatory and voluntary compliance • ICMI - International Cyanide Management Institute (ICMI) • Conflict Free Gold Standard • Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights • EITI • Global Reporting Initiative • Voluntary Principles • ICMM • IFC • Equator Principles • ILO • Accountability • Many, many more
  • 8. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Social value imperative applies across industry, sector & geography
  • 9. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Social value investments of business • Education • Health • Poverty alleviation • Gender equality • Environment • Partnerships • Equity & justice
  • 10. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Global Development Framework Collective Social Responsibility The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are eight international development goals that were officially established following the Millennium Summit of the United Nations in 2000 All 193 United Nations member states and at least 23 international organizations agreed to achieve these goals by the year 2015 General framework for governments, international and multi-lateral agencies, NGOs, etc
  • 11. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Global Development Framework II The United Nations summit for the adoption of the post-2015 development agenda will be held from 25 to 27 September 2015, in New York and convened as a high-level plenary meeting of the General Assembly.
  • 12. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Global development framework elements • Education • Health • Poverty alleviation • Gender equality • Environment • Partnerships • Equity & justice
  • 13. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Notice any similarities? Global development framework • Education • Health • Poverty alleviation • Gender equality • Environment • Partnerships • Equity & justice Social value investments of business • Education • Health • Poverty alleviation • Gender equality • Environment • Partnerships • Equity & justice Natural Partnerships Unnatural Partners
  • 14. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Why Unnatural Partnerships? Perspectives driven by Development Community • Development assistance as dominant capital flow • Business’ historical record on human development, rights, etc. • Other impressions and perspectives (profit only, exploitative, etc.) Business • Development as anti- business • Historical pressures from the development community • Other impressions and perspectives (inefficient, do-gooders, etc.)
  • 15. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners World Vision - Beyond Gift in Kind Cross Sector Collaboration for Disaster Management • Roundtable Event - December 10, 2014 • 4 World Vision National + 2 Global Offices • 12 companies • 3 UN Agencies • 40 participants “Theeconomic impact of naturalhazards has risen fromUSD 10 billion perannum in 1975 toalmost USD 400 billionin 2011.” (DFID &PwC, 2013) whileregional banking/ financialservices had transactions beyond US$ 1billion in 2014 (throughmobile money) By 2050,urban populationwill increase by 200%,many of themvulnerable children By 2025,7.5% of globalpopulation will be in extremepoverty mostly infragile states 1. Introduct ions & Background of the Roundtable Event Opening remarks from Stuart Katwikirize WV, Regional Humanitarian and EmergencyAffa i rs (HEA)EastA frica UN OCHA reports: - That 60% of partnerships are ad-hoc, - 78% of the private sector wants to engage with communities. - Leading question to the audience: Can we formalize relationships with this sector? Background-W VDisasterManagement(DM)2020-IsabelGomes,W VGlobal Center HEA - Disasters are getting more complex, - Adding private sector to join disaster management is a necessity, - Donors are asking for more private - NGO partnerships, - WV DM strategy asks how to build partnerships with private sector, beyond “Gift-in-Kind” (GIK) and before a disaster strikes W VDMBeyond-GIKResearch-KathrynTaetzsch,W VGCHEA - Disaster management cycle: Early warning —> Preparedness —> Disaster Mitigation —> Response —> Recovery —> Transition, - Business in East Africa has unprecedented reach even into war-torn Somalia, but at the same time, business as part of local economy is affected by disasters (including conflict/ man-made) - There is a role for the private sector in every stage of disaster management - Population demographics are changing and anticipated to continue as follows: o By 2050, urban populations will increase 200%, o By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty, o Tools to empower vulnerable people are moving from physical aid to digital empowerment - Interactions between business, NGOs and people traditionally have been: Beyond Gift-in-Kind – Cross-Sector Collaboration for Disaster Management in East Africa Roundtable Event Summary Report, Nairobi, 10 December 2014 _____________________________________________________________________________ “The economic impact of natural hazards has risen from USD 10 billion per annum in 1975 to almost USD 400 billion in 2011.” (DFID & PwC, 2013) while regional banking/ financial services had transactions beyond US$ 1 billion in 2014 (through mobile money) By 2050, urban population will increase by 200%, many of them vulnerable children By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty mostly in fragile states in Africa
  • 16. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners World Vision – Beyond Gift in Kind “Theeconomic impact of naturalhazards has risen fromUSD 10 billion perannum in 1975 toalmost USD 400 billionin 2011.” (DFID &PwC, 2013) whileregional banking/ financialservices had transactions beyond US$ 1billion in 2014 (throughmobile money) By 2050,urban populationwill increase by 200%,many of themvulnerable children By 2025,7.5% of globalpopulation will be in extremepoverty mostly infragile states in Africa 1. Introduct ions & Background of the Roundtable Event Opening remarks from Stuart Katwikirize WV, Regional Humanitarian and EmergencyAffa i rs (HEA)EastA frica UN OCHA reports: - That 60% of partnerships are ad-hoc, - 78% of the private sector wants to engage with communities. - Leading question to the audience: Can we formalize relationships with this sector? Background-W VDisasterManagement(DM)2020-IsabelGomes,W VGlobal Center HEA - Disasters are getting more complex, - Adding private sector to join disaster management is a necessity, - Donors are asking for more private - NGO partnerships, - WV DM strategy asks how to build partnerships with private sector, beyond “Gift-in-Kind” (GIK) and before a disaster strikes W VDMBeyond-GIKResearch-KathrynTaetzsch,W VGCHEA - Disaster management cycle: Early warning —> Preparedness —> Disaster Mitigation —> Response —> Recovery —> Transition, - Business in East Africa has unprecedented reach even into war-torn Somalia, but at the same time, business as part of local economy is affected by disasters (including conflict/ man-made) - There is a role for the private sector in every stage of disaster management - Population demographics are changing and anticipated to continue as follows: o By 2050, urban populations will increase 200%, o By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty, o Tools to empower vulnerable people are moving from physical aid to digital empowerment - Interactions between business, NGOs and people traditionally have been: o Business giving to NGOs who give to people, and Beyond Gift-in-Kind – Cross-Sector Collaboration for Disaster Management in East Africa Roundtable Event Summary Report, Nairobi, 10 December 2014 _____________________________________________________________________________ “The economic impact of natural hazards has risen from USD 10 billion per annum in 1975 to almost USD 400 billion in 2011.” (DFID & PwC, 2013) while regional banking/ financial services had transactions beyond US$ 1 billion in 2014 (through mobile money) By 2050, urban population will increase by 200%, many of them vulnerable children By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty mostly in fragile states in Africa There is no “right or wrong”
  • 17. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners World Vision – Beyond Gift in Kind • Early warning —> Preparedness —> Disaster Mitigation —> Response —> Recovery —> Transition • “There is a role for business in every phase of Disaster Management” • “Your beneficiaries are our clients” • “Beyond GIK” initiative is to have transcending transformational relationships. “Theeconomic impact of naturalhazards has risen fromUSD 10 billion perannum in 1975 toalmost USD 400 billionin 2011.” (DFID &PwC, 2013) whileregional banking/ financialservices had transactions beyond US$ 1billion in 2014 (throughmobile money) By 2050,urban populationwill increase by 200%,many of themvulnerable children By 2025,7.5% of globalpopulation will be in extremepoverty mostly infragile states in Africa 1. Introduct ions & Background of the Roundtable Event Opening remarks from Stuart Katwikirize WV, Regional Humanitarian and EmergencyAffa i rs (HEA)EastA frica UN OCHA reports: - That 60% of partnerships are ad-hoc, - 78% of the private sector wants to engage with communities. - Leading question to the audience: Can we formalize relationships with this sector? Background-W VDisasterManagement(DM)2020-IsabelGomes,W VGlobal Center HEA - Disasters are getting more complex, - Adding private sector to join disaster management is a necessity, - Donors are asking for more private - NGO partnerships, - WV DM strategy asks how to build partnerships with private sector, beyond “Gift-in-Kind” (GIK) and before a disaster strikes W VDMBeyond-GIKResearch-KathrynTaetzsch,W VGCHEA - Disaster management cycle: Early warning —> Preparedness —> Disaster Mitigation —> Response —> Recovery —> Transition, - Business in East Africa has unprecedented reach even into war-torn Somalia, but at the same time, business as part of local economy is affected by disasters (including conflict/ man-made) - There is a role for the private sector in every stage of disaster management - Population demographics are changing and anticipated to continue as follows: o By 2050, urban populations will increase 200%, o By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty, o Tools to empower vulnerable people are moving from physical aid to digital empowerment - Interactions between business, NGOs and people traditionally have been: o Business giving to NGOs who give to people, and Beyond Gift-in-Kind – Cross-Sector Collaboration for Disaster Management in East Africa Roundtable Event Summary Report, Nairobi, 10 December 2014 _____________________________________________________________________________ “The economic impact of natural hazards has risen from USD 10 billion per annum in 1975 to almost USD 400 billion in 2011.” (DFID & PwC, 2013) while regional banking/ financial services had transactions beyond US$ 1 billion in 2014 (through mobile money) By 2050, urban population will increase by 200%, many of them vulnerable children By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty mostly in fragile states in Africa There is no “right or wrong”
  • 18. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners World Vision - Beyond Gift in Kind Opportunities •Education and child protection, •Digital proficiency - Last Mile Mobile Solutions (LMMS), •Water – Sanitation- Hygiene, •Finance, •Health and Nutrition, “Theeconomic impact of naturalhazards has risen fromUSD 10 billion perannum in 1975 toalmost USD 400 billionin 2011.” (DFID &PwC, 2013) whileregional banking/ financialservices had transactions beyond US$ 1billion in 2014 (throughmobile money) By 2050,urban populationwill increase by 200%,many of themvulnerable children By 2025,7.5% of globalpopulation will be in extremepoverty mostly infragile states in Africa 1. Introduct ions & Background of the Roundtable Event Opening remarks from Stuart Katwikirize WV, Regional Humanitarian and EmergencyAffa i rs (HEA)EastA frica UN OCHA reports: - That 60% of partnerships are ad-hoc, - 78% of the private sector wants to engage with communities. - Leading question to the audience: Can we formalize relationships with this sector? Background-W VDisasterManagement(DM)2020-IsabelGomes,W VGlobal Center HEA - Disasters are getting more complex, - Adding private sector to join disaster management is a necessity, - Donors are asking for more private - NGO partnerships, - WV DM strategy asks how to build partnerships with private sector, beyond “Gift-in-Kind” (GIK) and before a disaster strikes W VDMBeyond-GIKResearch-KathrynTaetzsch,W VGCHEA - Disaster management cycle: Early warning —> Preparedness —> Disaster Mitigation —> Response —> Recovery —> Transition, - Business in East Africa has unprecedented reach even into war-torn Somalia, but at the same time, business as part of local economy is affected by disasters (including conflict/ man-made) - There is a role for the private sector in every stage of disaster management - Population demographics are changing and anticipated to continue as follows: o By 2050, urban populations will increase 200%, o By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty, o Tools to empower vulnerable people are moving from physical aid to digital empowerment - Interactions between business, NGOs and people traditionally have been: o Business giving to NGOs who give to people, and Beyond Gift-in-Kind – Cross-Sector Collaboration for Disaster Management in East Africa Roundtable Event Summary Report, Nairobi, 10 December 2014 _____________________________________________________________________________ “The economic impact of natural hazards has risen from USD 10 billion per annum in 1975 to almost USD 400 billion in 2011.” (DFID & PwC, 2013) while regional banking/ financial services had transactions beyond US$ 1 billion in 2014 (through mobile money) By 2050, urban population will increase by 200%, many of them vulnerable children By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty mostly in fragile states in Africa There is no “right or wrong”
  • 19. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners World Vision - Beyond Gift in Kind Conclusions • Shifting partnerships from “ad-hoc” to “intentional”, • Many, (but not all) concerns regarding partnering addressed, • Each partner has unique skills, expertise, other resources to offer that complements the other partner’s need, • All want this conversation to continue, • Part of World Vision’s Disaster Management 2020 Strategy. “Theeconomic impact of naturalhazards has risen fromUSD 10 billion perannum in 1975 toalmost USD 400 billionin 2011.” (DFID &PwC, 2013) whileregional banking/ financialservices had transactions beyond US$ 1billion in 2014 (throughmobile money) By 2050,urban populationwill increase by 200%,many of themvulnerable children By 2025,7.5% of globalpopulation will be in extremepoverty mostly infragile states in Africa 1. Introduct ions & Background of the Roundtable Event Opening remarks from Stuart Katwikirize WV, Regional Humanitarian and EmergencyAffa i rs (HEA)EastA frica UN OCHA reports: - That 60% of partnerships are ad-hoc, - 78% of the private sector wants to engage with communities. - Leading question to the audience: Can we formalize relationships with this sector? Background-W VDisasterManagement(DM)2020-IsabelGomes,W VGlobal Center HEA - Disasters are getting more complex, - Adding private sector to join disaster management is a necessity, - Donors are asking for more private - NGO partnerships, - WV DM strategy asks how to build partnerships with private sector, beyond “Gift-in-Kind” (GIK) and before a disaster strikes W VDMBeyond-GIKResearch-KathrynTaetzsch,W VGCHEA - Disaster management cycle: Early warning —> Preparedness —> Disaster Mitigation —> Response —> Recovery —> Transition, - Business in East Africa has unprecedented reach even into war-torn Somalia, but at the same time, business as part of local economy is affected by disasters (including conflict/ man-made) - There is a role for the private sector in every stage of disaster management - Population demographics are changing and anticipated to continue as follows: o By 2050, urban populations will increase 200%, o By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty, o Tools to empower vulnerable people are moving from physical aid to digital empowerment - Interactions between business, NGOs and people traditionally have been: o Business giving to NGOs who give to people, and Beyond Gift-in-Kind – Cross-Sector Collaboration for Disaster Management in East Africa Roundtable Event Summary Report, Nairobi, 10 December 2014 _____________________________________________________________________________ “The economic impact of natural hazards has risen from USD 10 billion per annum in 1975 to almost USD 400 billion in 2011.” (DFID & PwC, 2013) while regional banking/ financial services had transactions beyond US$ 1 billion in 2014 (through mobile money) By 2050, urban population will increase by 200%, many of them vulnerable children By 2025, 7.5% of global population will be in extreme poverty mostly in fragile states in Africa There is no “right or wrong”
  • 20. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners About Development Op-Ed http://bit.ly/AboutDev Commentary on public debate in Canada about ODA collaboration with the extractive sector (from 2012 but points are relevant)
  • 21. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Early successes in CSR Partnerships • $2 million CIDA investment • $4 million Placer Dome • ‘Changed social face of mining industry’ • Set the stage for industry’s HIV/AIDS programs in South Africa and Papua New Guinea
  • 22. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Natural Partnerships AND UnNatural Partners
  • 23. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Natural Partnerships AND Natural Partners
  • 24. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Group Work - Scenario • Bewildered Biz has a promising petroleum concession in NW Kenya • They found NGO Confused working on a poverty reduction, health & education project in the impact communities • The project was funded by ODA Perplexed • Field leaders from Bewildered Biz, NGO Confused and ODA Perplexed meet and agree to expand and extend the project with all parties contributing additional budget and resources • Field leaders need to meet with their respective management to get approval to proceed.
  • 25. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Some readingshttp://www.csrtraininginstitute.com/knowledge-centre/
  • 26. Nairobi, Kenya, Feb 13, 2015 CSR Partnership Seminar: Natural Partnerships | Unnatural Partners Questions, Discussion & Followup Follow-up Wayne Dunn President & Founder CSR Training Institute Professor of Practice in CSR @ McGill wayne@csrtraininginstitute.com www.csrtraininginstitute.com

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