Real corporate responsibility in society in three parts
Part of World Social Label
Care to Change the World
"Take only memories, leave only footprints." The quote from an unknown albeit, wise man stayed was one of the only things I took with me at the end of my last year of college. As a grant scholar graduating summa cum laude, the weight of my professors, mentors, and parents, rolled off my shoulders as soon as I stepped onto the rich amber sands in Iceland.
I had found my place. With the smoldering mix of volcanoes, beaches, and icebergs, the Arctic Circle is where I regained my voice. I knew right then that I would pursue capturing moments: the mundane and the exquisite, the great and the small. I was ready.
"I had found my place. With the smoldering mix of volcanoes, beaches, and icebergs, the Arctic Circle is where I regained my voice. "
The other two parts of the validation system
World Social Label Trade is one of three top organizations within World Social Label. The main task is to help members secure what is commonly called international business or collaborations and to minimize the risks that exist. The idea is that it should be attractive to be a member of World Social Label and one, of several, ways to do that is to open up the market. In a modern society, everyone should be treated equally, regardless of where they come from, but it's not really like that even between the Nordic countries.
"The goal is to tear down invisible and invented barriers between people and countries to increase the possibility of more collaborations and increased trade."
The surplus from World Social Label is donated to the World Social Label Charity, which in turn carries out what are called social efforts in society. These efforts are defined and determined by the members associated with World Social Label. We call it Charity as a business, CaaB.
Green Faith Earth
If integration in society is to be improved, new tools must be created. It is no longer possible to continue on the same track and expect a different outcome. The World Social Label works to make it attractive for mainly small and medium-sized companies to work with marginalized people.