Written by Marc Oliveras

Article 5, Volume 3 Issue 2

University Social Responsibility and the ISO 26000:2010 standard. Case study of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain)

C. Avilés-Palacios, M.A. Moyano-Santiago and N.J. Santos-de-León

DOI: 10.26595/eamr.2014.3.2.5

Abstract


Social Responsibility Universities are universities that acknowledge endeavors in University Social Responsibility as part of a strategic plan. This study shows how one of the Schools of the University Politécnica of Madrid in Spain has implemented and validated ISO 26000 as a way to extend its commitments to university social responsibility. It is the first Spanish university institution to implement ISO 26000:2010 on social responsibility with the aim of being externally audited, and it is also the only institution to do this internationally. This School is now supported with evidence that can be verified by interest groups and by academic institutions that apply social responsibility as a strategy through governance and performance. In turn, the School has taken further strides toward the University’s commitments to society. This case study could help other universities towards the University Social Responsibility.

Keywords


  • ISO 26000:2010
  • Practical Code NEN-NPR 9025:2011
  • Case study
  • University Social Responsibility
  • University Sustainability

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