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Start: 6. Dec 2021 - 14:30
End: 6. Dec 2021 - 18:00
Location: Online
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CDR-Award 2021

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On 6 December 2021, the award ceremony for the first Corporate Digital Responsibility Award in the DACH region will take place as part of an online conference.

At the high-calibre conference surrounding the award ceremony, you can discuss one of the most important topics of the future with leading minds from the CDR community. Among those taking part are:

Birgit Klesper, SVP Corporate Responsibility at Deutsche Telekom.

Christian Kroll, founder and CEO of Ecosia

and many more

In numerous interactive sessions you can expect, for example, a workshop on internal communication of CDR activities, an insight into the CDR Building Bloxx of the BVDW or an entertaining slam format on the most important topics around CDR.

Award ceremony

At the festive awards ceremony, the winners in the categories consumer concerns, employees and new business models will be honoured.

Start: 6. Apr 2022 - 00:00
End: 6. Apr 2022 - 00:00
Location: Online
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Impetus for CDR - an event series by the CDR Initiative

Presenter: Ronnie Schrumpf, Senior Consultant Identity Management, ING Germany

Recordings with automatically generated subtitles will be made available on the website of the CDR Initiative.

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Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) refers to voluntary corporate activities that go above and beyond the current legal requirements while also helping to actively shape the digital world for the benefit of society as a whole. The Corona pandemic has significantly accelerated the digital transformation – and corporate responsibility is becoming more relevant than ever before.

The event series entitled “Impetus for CDR” will explore and highlight various areas and concrete applications of CDR. Initially, seven events are planned. Each event will consist of a keynote speech followed by an exchange in which the participants' questions will be answered.

The event series is aimed at participants from business, science, politics and associations as well as interested consumers.

An overview of the full program can be found here or downloaded here. Recordings of past events can be found here.

Start: 2. Mar 2022 - 00:00
End: 2. Mar 2022 - 00:00
Location: Online
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Impetus for CDR - an event series by the CDR Initiative

Presenter: Jakob Wößner, Manager Organizational Development and Digitale Transformation, Weleda

Recordings with automatically generated subtitles will be made available on the website of the CDR Initiative.

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Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) refers to voluntary corporate activities that go above and beyond the current legal requirements while also helping to actively shape the digital world for the benefit of society as a whole. The Corona pandemic has significantly accelerated the digital transformation – and corporate responsibility is becoming more relevant than ever before.

The event series entitled “Impetus for CDR” will explore and highlight various areas and concrete applications of CDR. Initially, seven events are planned. Each event will consist of a keynote speech followed by an exchange in which the participants' questions will be answered.

The event series is aimed at participants from business, science, politics and associations as well as interested consumers.

An overview of the full program can be found here or downloaded here. Recordings of past events can be found here.

Start: 2. Feb 2022 - 00:00
End: 2. Feb 2022 - 00:00
Location: Online
Register here

Impetus for CDR - an event series by the CDR Initiative

Presenter: Holger Dieterich, founder of Wheelmap.org and Accessibility.Cloud, chair of Sozialhelden e.V.

Recordings with automatically generated subtitles will be made available on the website of the CDR Initiative.

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Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) refers to voluntary corporate activities that go above and beyond the current legal requirements while also helping to actively shape the digital world for the benefit of society as a whole. The Corona pandemic has significantly accelerated the digital transformation – and corporate responsibility is becoming more relevant than ever before.

The event series entitled “Impetus for CDR” will explore and highlight various areas and concrete applications of CDR. Initially, seven events are planned. Each event will consist of a keynote speech followed by an exchange in which the participants' questions will be answered.

The event series is aimed at participants from business, science, politics and associations as well as interested consumers.

An overview of the full program can be found here or downloaded here. Recordings of past events can be found here.

Start: 12. Jan 2022 - 00:00
End: 12. Jan 2022 - 00:00
Location: Online
Register here

Impetus for CDR - an event series by the CDR Initiative

Presenter: Dr. Holger Berg, Vice Director Division Circular Economy; Co-Head of the Research Field Digital Transformation, Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy

Recordings with automatically generated subtitles will be made available on the website of the CDR Initiative.

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Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) refers to voluntary corporate activities that go above and beyond the current legal requirements while also helping to actively shape the digital world for the benefit of society as a whole. The Corona pandemic has significantly accelerated the digital transformation – and corporate responsibility is becoming more relevant than ever before.

The event series entitled “Impetus for CDR” will explore and highlight various areas and concrete applications of CDR. Initially, seven events are planned. Each event will consist of a keynote speech followed by an exchange in which the participants' questions will be answered.

The event series is aimed at participants from business, science, politics and associations as well as interested consumers.

An overview of the full program can be found here or downloaded here. Recordings of past events can be found here.

Start: 1. Dec 2021 - 00:00
End: 1. Dec 2021 - 00:00
Location: Online

Impetus for CDR - an event series by the CDR Initiative

Presenter: Dr. Frederike Fritzsche, Tech Ambassador and Lead WomenInTech & developHER, OTTO

Recordings with automatically generated subtitles will be made available on the website of the CDR Initiative.

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Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) refers to voluntary corporate activities that go above and beyond the current legal requirements while also helping to actively shape the digital world for the benefit of society as a whole. The Corona pandemic has significantly accelerated the digital transformation – and corporate responsibility is becoming more relevant than ever before.

The event series entitled “Impetus for CDR” will explore and highlight various areas and concrete applications of CDR. Initially, seven events are planned. Each event will consist of a keynote speech followed by an exchange in which the participants' questions will be answered.

The event series is aimed at participants from business, science, politics and associations as well as interested consumers.

An overview of the full program can be found here or downloaded here. Recordings of past events can be found here.

Start: 3. Nov 2021 - 16:00
End: 3. Nov 2021 - 16:45
Location: Online
Event recording

Impetus for CDR - an event series by the CDR Initiative

Presenter: Prof. Dr. Paul Francis, Scientific Director, Max-Planck-Institute for Software Systems

Recordings with automatically generated subtitles will be made available on the website of the CDR Initiative.

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Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) refers to voluntary corporate activities that go above and beyond the current legal requirements while also helping to actively shape the digital world for the benefit of society as a whole. The Corona pandemic has significantly accelerated the digital transformation – and corporate responsibility is becoming more relevant than ever before.

The event series entitled “Impetus for CDR” will explore and highlight various areas and concrete applications of CDR. Initially, seven events are planned. Each event will consist of a keynote speech followed by an exchange in which the participants' questions will be answered.

The event series is aimed at participants from business, science, politics and associations as well as interested consumers.

An overview of the full program can be found here or downloaded here. Recordings of past events can be found here.

Start: 6. Oct 2021 - 00:00
End: 6. Oct 2021 - 00:00
Location: Online
Event recording

Impetus for CDR - an event series by the CDR Initiative

Presenter: „Memas.ymar“, winning team of the Digital Future Challenge 2021

Recordings with automatically generated subtitles will be made available on the website of the CDR Initiative.

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Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR) refers to voluntary corporate activities that go above and beyond the current legal requirements while also helping to actively shape the digital world for the benefit of society as a whole. The Corona pandemic has significantly accelerated the digital transformation – and corporate responsibility is becoming more relevant than ever before.

The event series entitled “Impetus for CDR” will explore and highlight various areas and concrete applications of CDR. Initially, seven events are planned. Each event will consist of a keynote speech followed by an exchange in which the participants' questions will be answered.

The event series is aimed at participants from business, science, politics and associations as well as interested consumers.

An overview of the full program can be found here or downloaded here. Recordings of past events can be found here.

Publications

Publication date: 9. Jun 2021
Download publication (German only)
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For the study entitled “Corporate Digital Responsibility: Results of a Representative Survey”, the Institute for Consumer Policy ConPolicy commissioned an online survey on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection. This survey was conducted by YouGov Deutschland. For the survey, 1,038 people were interviewed throughout Germany in April 2021. The results were weighted and are representative of the population in Germany aged 18 and over. Further information on the sample and the socio-demographic indicators can be found on page ten of the publication.

Publication date: 9. Jun 2021
Download CDR Code
Publication date: 30. Nov 2020
Download publication
CDR SDG

Measures that can contribute to achieve the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) of the United Nations

Publication date: 2. Apr 2019
Download document

In the CDR Initiative run by the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (), an approach using scenario planning was developed, enabling the consequences of the digital transformation process to be identified using realistic case examples.

Publication date: 12. Oct 2021
Download: Abschlusspublikation DFC 2021

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