Vested Interests, Corporate Social Responsibility and Public Health Advocacy

Posted on April 02, 2016 in Europe, Europe

This paper explores the tensions between UN calls for private sector engagement in the post‐2015 landscape and public health opposition to those ‘harm industries’ that are ‘corporate vectors of disease’ for the mounting global non‐communicable disease burden.

Drawing on the example of SABMiller’s Tavern Intervention Program, the paper argues that CSR represents a profound threat to the sanctity and moral authority of the public health worldview.

Alcohol Harm, Alcohol Industry Lobbyism, Alcohol Policy, Big Alcohol, BigAlcoholExposed, Corporate Social Responsibility, Evidence, Science
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