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The Centre has offices in Australia (Sydney and Melbourne) and has an associate in Hong Kong. The Centre’s team manages activities, research and peer-to-peer networks across the Asia Pacific region

The Centre for Corporate Public Affairs is the only entity of its type internationally, connecting, via corporate membership, the corporate public affairs function in Australia, Asia, New Zealand and across the world. We work in the Asia Pacific to assist our member organisations embrace best practice public affairs structures, strategies, approaches and modus operandi.

Our research, professional development programs, events and international thought leadership opens doors to help organisations and practitioners build and apply corporate public affairs as a core management tool and function.

The Centre is the organisation for professionals working in corporate environments in government affairs, media and stakeholder relations, corporate social responsibility/corporate citizenship, issues management, internal communications and reputation management. We are also developing a Chapter of the Centre for public sector organisations and agencies with public affairs management functions.

Our regular professional development offerings and connection events to bring the profession together have been cited as best practice internationally.

Industry codes of conduct - the way forward : proceedings of the symposium on codes.L


Various (Department of Industry, Science & Tourism, Canberra, 1996.)
Proceedings of the symposium on codes held in Melbourne, November, 1996. Presentations arranged under several headings - “What is expected of codes?” - “Challenges and opportunities : what makes an effective code?” - “Dispute resolution in codes : how to make it work”.

Caux Round Table — Guide to CSR and Business Ethics CodeI


Summaries of selected corporate responsibility codes and standards such as Amnesty International, ILO, etc.
Category: Codes of Conduct
www.cauxroundtable.org/GuidetoCSRandBusinessEthicsCodes.html

Industry codes of conduct: their role in the competitive marketplace.L


Tamblyn, John (Unpublished.)
Paper presented at the trade practices commission workshop ‘Cost-effective fair trading for the 1990s - the role of voluntary self-regulation in the marketplace’. March, 1990. This paper examines how regulation can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of competitive markets and canvass the scope for the Trade Practices Commission to facilitate self-regulation without unnecessary restriction on competition.

International Labour Organisation (ILO) Codes of Conduct for MultinationalsI


Lists information on different codes of conduct for multinational companies.
Category: Codes of Conduct
www.itcilo.it/actrav/actrav-english/telearn/global/ilo/guide/main.htm

Millennium Development GoalsI


Lists the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and country-by-country reports against these goals.
Category: Codes of Conduct
www.un.org/millenniumgoals

Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)I


Website contains information on OECD guidelines and many internationally recognised standards and codes of conduct.
Category: Codes of Conduct
www.oecd.org

Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI)I


United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment provide a framework for considering environmental, social and corporate governance issues in investment portfolios.
Category: Codes of Conduct
www.unpri.org

United Nations Declaration of Human RightsI


Provides an overview of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights (adopted on December 10, 1948) as a universally recognised framework or guiding code of conduct.
Category: Codes of Conduct
www.un.org/Overview/rights.html

United Nations Global CompactI


Comprehensive, up-to-date site with information on the role and potential of the Global Compact.
Category: Codes of Conduct
www.unglobalcompact.org

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About The Centre

The Centre for Corporate Public Affairs is the only entity of its type internationally, connecting, via corporate membership, the corporate public affairs and communication function across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. We assist our members embrace best practice public affairs structure and strategies.

Our research, professional development programs, events and international thought leadership opens doors to help organisations and practitioners build and apply corporate public affairs as a core management tool and function.

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