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CSR2VET | A meeting point

Open educational resources on CSR for VET | Project number: 2021-1-SE01-KA220-VET-000028142

CSR is much more than a business stuff.

CSR requires new skills as well as changes in values and behavior

It is crucial to encourage education establishments to integrate CSR, sustainable development, and responsible citizenship into relevant education curricula. CSR values ensure that students, teachers, companies, organizations, and the community will all benefit. Integrating the CSR perspective into VET is essential to enhance knowledge about the issue among future generations of employees. From this perspective, educational institutions need to collaborate with the pri­vate sector when drawing up their CSR programs. This will help to ensure that the programs meet the private sector’s actual needs and allow for individual companies’ experiences to be inclu­ded in the teaching.

CSR covers:

  • human rights,
  • labor and employment practices (such as training, diversity, gender equality, and employee health and well-being),
  • environmental issues (such as biodiversity, climate change, resource efficiency, life-cycle assessment and pollution prevention),
  • combating bribery and corruption
  • community involvement and development
  • integration of persons with disability
  • consumer interests.

Whether you agree with these statements, read more to discover more!

The project 

Selected by the Swedish National Agency in the context of the Erasmus+ program – VET sector – CSR2VET is an Erasmus+ project cooperation partnership in the VET sector. The project started in February 2022 and ends in January 2024.


CSR2VET has as a priority objective the promotion of the principles of Corporate Social Responsibility in the VET sector, both as an opportunity for dialogue and interaction between the world of training and the world of work, and as an opportunity for the development of new training opportunities


The CSR2VET partnership is the result of different perspectives, experiences, cultures and histories. Are part of the team: one social enterprise, one VET school, one public entity, two SMEs and one youth association. 

The CSR pillars

The CSR2VET Ambassador course

Follow along the journey

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Disclaimer | Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.
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