The aim of the summer school project was to identify good practices for promoting corporate social responsibility in order to improve the operation of companies in the public and private sectors in collaboration with Slovenian and foreign practicing experts from the public and private sectors as well as members of the academic sphere.
The project was co-financed by the European Social Fund in accordance with the call for proposals entitled Implementation of the Bologna Process – Co-Financing of the Inclusion of External Experts in the Educational Process in 2011, 2012 and 2013 as part of the Operational Programme for Human Resources Development for the Period of 2007–2013, Priority Axis 3: Development of Human resources and Life-Long Learning, Priority Guideline 3.3: Quality, Competitiveness and Responsiveness of Higher Education.
All the dimensions of corporate social responsibility, i.e. the legal, economic, environmental, technical, historical and civil society aspects, were presented at a summer school in theoretical as well as practical terms in the form of lectures, round tables, individual and group work and practical workshops. The summer school was designed to identify and examine good practices for promoting corporate social responsibility with the aim of improving the operation of companies in the public and private sectors and integrating social responsibility in their everyday operations.