AFRICA: Ecological transition at the heart of the International CSR Forum in Tunisia

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AFRICA: Ecological transition at the heart of the International CSR Forum in Tunisia ©Natalia Sidorova/Shutterstock

From May 12 to 14, 2022, the city of Hammamet in northeastern Tunisia will be the setting for the first edition of the International Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The event placed under the prism of the ecological transition will bring together the heads of international cooperation agencies, senior government officials, financiers and those responsible for environmental issues to identify new strategies for improving CSR within institutions.

This is a first in Tunisia. The International Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is held from 12 to 14 May 2022. The event, which will be held at the Medina exhibition center located in the seaside resort of Hammamet, 66 km from the capital Tunis, will focus on CSR and the promotion of renewable energy, access to water, green mobility, agriculture and sustainable finance.

 “Workshops will discover models of energy saving including cogeneration technologies and tri-generation allowing the production of electricity from gas and the reduction of 30 to 40% of electricity consumption, “say the organizers of the event. In addition, the International Forum of CSR to be held in Tunisia will be an opportunity to promote the use of electric cars in Africa. To do this, an exhibition will allow participants to discover the national network of charging stations for electric and hybrid vehicles installed in this North African country.

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The event organized by the Tunisian marketing agency AM Médias Plus is supported by the International Academy of CSR, the Swiss group Masoda specializing in sustainable development, the International Center for Environmental Technologies of Tunis founded in 1996 and the firm Afrique RSE headed by Thierry Téné. Several business leaders and international organizations are expected to attend, including from Algeria, Cameroon, Libya and Morocco, as well as European countries such as Switzerland, France, Italy, Germany and Turkey.

For more information on the event, click here.

Benoit-Ivan Wansi

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