Study On Corporate Environmental Responsibilities To Support Design Of Main Phase Cap 2015 Program

31 July 2012 | admin
Project At Glance
Country Indonesia
Region Riau, East Kalimantan
Name of Client United Nations Development Program
Address Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 14 Jakarta Pusat
Duration of Assignment 3 bulan
Start Date June 9, 2003
Completion Date September 8, 2003
Prinsipal Investigator
Principal Investigator (Not on the list)
Research Team Dr. Sukamdi, M.Sc., Dra. Wini Tamtiari, M.Si.
Research Team (not on the list)
Profiles of Professional Staff Provided by The Center Sociologist, Social Demography and Public Administration Specialist.

Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) is a form of relationship among corporations, local governments, and local society to motivate sustainable development. In Indonesia, the interaction among the three stakeholders has a complex and controversial pattern. This is due to different perceptions on the role of each stakeholder. The different perception often causes conflicts among them. To find out how the CSR program is carried out in Indonesia, CPPS, in collaboration with UNDP, conducted a research in Riau and East Kalimantan provinces. The two areas were selected purposively, based on the studies done by Indonesia Business Link (IBL) and PPM.
The objectives of the research are 1) to analyze the perception of local government, non profit institutions, and the society on the existence of private companies in the area and their CRS activities, 2) to identify the challenges and the opportunities among the stakeholders that carried out CSR programs, 3) to get a picture of the good and bad practices in the area, and 4) to recommend proper strategies to build partnership in order to implement the sustainable development.
Based on the research result, it can be concluded that in some cases, many of CSR programs are not integrated in regional development programs. Consequently, many CSR programs overlap the local government programs. Besides, there is a tendency that CSR program carried out by companies aim at securing production facilities and carrying out contractual obligations agreed by the companies and the Ministry of Mining and Energy. In this situation, the society’s involvement is insignificant because most activities of the programs are designed and evaluated using a top down approach.

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