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Tool:A self-assessment tool for the social responsibility of organisations (SRO) in the public sector: the Social Responsibility Assessment Framework (SORAF)

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A tool for self-assessment of the social responsibility of organizations for the public sector: the Social Responsibility assessment framework (SORAF) Public administrations aim to satisfy a category needs of society and, therefore, have an inherently social responsibility mission. But besides its main mission, a public organization must behave responsibly in all its activities and within its sphere of influence to contribute to sustainable development in its economic components, social and environmental. Source: https://www.publicquality.be/index.php/en/soraf

Tool details

Name A self-assessment tool for the social responsibility of organisations (SRO) in the public sector: the Social Responsibility Assessment Framework (SORAF)
Type Assessment
Tool topic Performance management, Ethical values and anti-corruption
Keywords SocialProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user., ResponsibilityProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user., AssessmentProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user., FrameworkProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user., Sustainable DevelopmentProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user., SORAFProperty "Keywords" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user.
Institution Federal Public Service of Belgium “Personnel and Organization”, Directorate General “Organization and Personnel Development”
Department
Year 2016
Target group national, regional, local
Related File SORAF_E.pdf
Last update 14. 09. 2017 by Admin