Working Group Members

The ASEAN CSR Network is a regional network of CSR networks in Southeast Asia. It is a repository of ASEAN knowledge on CSR and a platform for exchanging best practices and facilitating peer-to-peer discussions at a regional level. The ASEAN CSR Network advocates for CSR by engaging participants in information, education and communications campaigns that promote the practice of CSR, and at times, providing representation for the business community to the ASEAN body and other inter-governmental agencies or think tanks on relevant policy issues concerning CSR.


The Indonesia Business Links is a registered foundation promoting good corporate citizenship and partnership for development. Indonesia Business Links is committed to providing information and a better understanding of CSR amongst companies and other stakeholders in Indonesia.


The Integrity Initiative, Inc. (II, Inc.) is a non-stock and non-profit organization that aims to promote honesty, transparency, and fairness in conducting business in the Philippines. II, Inc. has launched a number of on-going projects that support companies in enforcing ethical business practices. The project’s lead implementers are the Makati Business Club, European Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines, Management Association of the Philippines, American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines and the Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines.


The International Chamber of Commerce Malaysia (ICC Malaysia) represents the interest of the Malaysian business community in the international trade forum. ICC Malaysia’s active participation and involvement in ICC would contribute positively to the growth and development of Malaysia’s global trade and investment. Being part of the ICC global network will also means that Malaysian businessmen can benefit from linkages between members, regionally and globally from more than 140 countries.


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Thailand's Private Sector Collective Action Coalition Against Corruption was launched in 2010 by the Thai Institute of Directors Association, the Thai Chamber of Commerce, and the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce of Thailand. The project was established with the aim to create awareness in the private of the corruption risk and the need resisting and fighting corruption through the implementation of policies and effective mechanisms to prevent corruption at the company and industry levels.  The project is now supported by a total of seven leading private sector partner organizations and the US-based Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE).



The Global Compact Network Singapore is the national society promoting sustainable development for businesses and stakeholders. Founded in 2005 by the National Tripartite Initiative for CSR with the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and the Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) as founder members, Singapore Compact is also the focal point and network body for the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), an organizational stakeholder of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the most prevalent sustainability reporting framework worldwide today and a founder member of the ASEAN CSR Network (ACN), a regional network of CSR networks.


The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry organizes and represents the business community and business associations in Vietnam with the aim of developing, protecting, and supporting businesses to contribute to economic development of the country and the region on the basis of equality and mutual benefit. The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry is an independent, non-governmental, non-profit organization.

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