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The WSSE is the network from which the ALOE network emerged. The website includes an important number of general documents, or other more specific from different sectors of solidarity economy (Vision of a SE, Indicators, Fair Trade, Solidarity Finance, Social Money, Women and Economy, Social Responsibility, International regulations, Environmental Justice, Ecological Debt and Sustainable Development). 5 years of archives showing the wealth of reflexion on solidarity economy at the international level.

Publish What You Pay (PWYP) is a global civil society coalition that helps citizens of resource-rich developing countries hold their governments accountable for the management of revenues from the oil, gas and mining industries. Natural resource revenues are an important source of income for governments of over 50 developing countries. When properly managed these revenues should serve as a basis for poverty reduction, economic growth and development rather than exacerbating corruption, conflict and social divisiveness.

Among others, the guide « Finance and sustainable development », that has been elaborated by the Club Finance of ORSE focuses on themes regarding sustainable development in the finance sector. Based on the input of various experts, ORSE has developed an educational guide that insists on issues and responsibilities that are issues and responsibilities specific to banks, insurance companies and asset managers.

These stakes and responsibilities are presented in nine folders, that are organized following three themes :

  • Assuring impeccable business ethic
  • Integrating sustainable development criteria throughout the profession
  • Contributing to social cohesion

A common project: the set up of social and environmental standards and a sustainable development the sugar field...

Ethical Sugar is a civil society organization which brings together trade unions, manufacturers and NGOs within a sustainable development process in order to improve the social and environmental conditions of the sugar and biofuel sector within the framework of a globalized economy.

BEN-Africa strengthens the commitment and competence of Africans to do business with moral integrity by facilitating interaction between academics and practitioners who share an interest in business ethics.

Papers of the ISBEE (International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics) World Congress 2008, hosted by Ben-Africa at

We seek responses from companies to allegations of misconduct: thus ensuring that our coverage is balanced and encouraging companies to address concerns raised by civil society.

The website covers over 4000 companies, over 180 countries. It receives over 1.5 million hits per month. Topics include discrimination, environment, poverty & development, labour, access to medicines, health & safety, security, trade.

The African Institute of Corporate Citizenship (AICC) is a non-governmental organisation committed to promoting responsible growth and competitiveness in Africa by changing the way companies do business in Africa.