The world is constantly creatively destructing and reconstructing itself; individual innovation and entrepreneurship are playing critical roles. Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility is not an option that individuals, organizations, and nations can opt into our out. They are at the most fundamental level how individuals and organizations should behave, think, and act. The culture of the entire world should be built on doing well for others and doing good for yourself.
Egypt: Corporate Responsibility and Social Entrepreneurship Course
In an effort to understand and support CSR capacity building efforts in the MENA region,
The George Washington University School of Business (GWSB) in partnership with the
Egyptian Corporate Responsibility Center (ECRC), American University in Cairo (AUC),
and Cairo University (CU) launched an international course practicum entitled “Egypt:
Corporate Responsibility & Social Entrepreneurship” in Spring 2012. This graduate-level
business course examined and showcased the application of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Social Entrepreneurship (SE) in Egypt from a cross-national perspective, producing six case studies for publication on Egyptian organizations engaged in SE or CSR activities across varying industries. Learn more »