Associate Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group

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Background

The purpose of the Associate Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group (APCRG) "is to promote debate and understanding of corporate social responsibility within Parliament."[1]

The Group was founded in 2001 led by Baroness Sally Greengross and supported by Business in the Community.

In March 2009 the Group decided that it should welcome Associate (non-Parliamentary) members.

Relation with the Tobacco Industry

Associate members of the APCRG include the following tobacco companies:[2]

Affiliations

The group's secretariat is provided by Central Lobby Consultants (CLC),[3] who also act as the secretariat for the All Party Parliamentary Food and Health Forum.[4]

Notes

  1. Associate Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group,Homepage, undated, accessed February 2017
  2. Associate Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group, Associate members of APCRG, undated, accessed February 2017
  3. Associate Parliamentary Corporate Responsibility Group, About us, undated, accessed February 2017
  4. All Party Parliamentary Food and Health Forum, Contact Details, last updated March 2007, accessed February 2017