AIESEC (pronounced eye-sec) is the world’s largest student-managed, non-profit educational organization.

Aspen Institute
The Aspen Institute is an international nonprofit educational institution dedicated to enhancing the quality of leadership through informed dialogue.

Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship
Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship is an international corporate membership organization. The Center partners with businesses worldwide to strengthen their community relationships and investments to achieve healthy, sustainable communities in which to live, work and do business. CCCR does this through research, policy and education that builds knowledge of the interdependence of community vitality and business success.

Business Enterprise Trust (BET)
The Business Enterprise Trust is dedicated to identifying and promoting acts of business leadership which combine sound management and social vision. The Trust’s logo represents the complex, interlocking, prism of relationships among businesses, shareholders, consumers, employees, communities and the environment.

Business for Social Responsibility (BSR)
BSR is a membership organization for companies of all sizes and sectors. BSR’s mission is to help its member companies achieve long-term commercial success by implementing policies and practices that honor high ethical standards and meet their responsibilities to all who are impacted by their decisions.

Business in the Community
Business in the Community is the leading authority on corporate community involvement in the UK.  Business in the Community’s mission is to inspire business to increase the quality and extent of their contribution to social and economic regeneration by making corporate social responsiblity an essential part of business excellence.

Canadian Centre for Business in the Community (CCBC)
The CCBC provides the plans, the tools and the expertise needed by Canadian companies to develop corporate citizenship programs that balance business objectives and the needs of their key stakeholders.

Canadian Centre for Ethics Corporate Policy
The Canadian Centre for Ethics & Corporate Policy is a volunteer-driven organization comprised of corporations and individuals dedicated to developing and maintaining an ethical corporate culture.

Caux Round Table (CRT)
Senior business leaders from Europe, Japan, and North America who are committed to the promotion of principled business leadership.

Center for Corporate Responsibility (MCCR)
Assists business leaders in developing practical, productive and responsible relationships with key stakeholders.

Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR)
CSEAR is primarily a networking institution which gathers and disseminates information about the practice and theory of social and environmental accounting and provides a mechanism for academics and practitioners to make contact and support each other.

Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies (CERES)
CERES is a non-profit coalition of investors, public pension funds, foundations, labor unions, and environmental, religious and public interest groups, working in partnership with companies toward the common goal of corporate environmental responsibility worldwide.

Corporate Citizenship Unit (CCU)
CCUs mission is to develop independent research and teaching on the role, scope and purpose of business in society. In particular its role is to analyze and promote debate into the concept of corporate citizenship.

Council for Ethics in Economics
The Council for Ethics in Economics is an association of leaders in business, higher education, religion and other professions working together to strengthen the ethical fabric of business and economic life.

Council on Economic Priorities (CEP)
For nearly three decades, CEP has posited that corporations with a track record of ethical decision-making will do better in the marketplace and win public respect by demonstrating good corporate citizenship.  CEP focuses its research on all the factors that make up the social framework of a company: the quality of management, its leadership among industry peers, its workplace climate.

Defense Industry Initiative (DII) on Business Ethics and Conduct
DII is a consortium of U.S. defense industry contractors which subscribes to a set of principles for achieving high standards of business ethics and conduct.

DePaul University Institute for Business and Professional Ethics
The mission of the Institute is to foster ethical behavior by providing for and participating in ethics-related education, offering resources to stakeholders (e.g. conferences, lecture series, on-site training, discussion and written materials), and supporting and disseminating cutting-edge scholarship of ethical relevance.

Ethics Center for Engineering and Science
The mission of the Ethics Center is to provide engineers, scientists, science and engineering students with resources useful for understanding and addressing ethically significant problems that arise in their work life.

Ethics Officer Association (EOA)
The EOA is the professional association of practicing ethics and compliance managers. Through the EOA, practitioners confront issues in a trusting and professional environment and discuss policies, strategies and dilemmas of common concern.

Ethics Resource Center
The Ethics Resource Center may be unique in the world in its mandate to create global ethics institutions and coalitions.  There work in this area calls them to lead in the planning, development and building of ethical institutions domestically and internationally and to forge a global network of such institutions.

European Business Ethics Network
Its role is to stimulate and facilitate meetings of minds, discussion and debate on common ethical problems and dilemmas. Network members include business people, public sector managers, and academics.

European Business Network for Social Cohesion (EBNSC)
EBNSC is a European business-driven membership network whose mission is to encourage and help companies to prosper in ways that stimulate job growth, increase employability and prevent social exclusion; thereby contributing to a sustainable economy and a more just society.

European Institute for Business Ethics (EIBE)
Established in 1994, the Institute has close links to the European academic world and aims at a high professional quality of research, consulting and training activities that are relevant for the business community in Europe.

Hong Kong Ethics Development Centre (EDC)
The EDC was established in May 1995 under the auspices of the Community Relations Department of the ICAC and operates under the guidance of the Hong Kong Ethics Development Advisory Committee comprised of members from leading chambers of commerce in Hong Kong.

Illinois Institute of Technology
The Illinois Institute of Technology Center for the Study of Ethics in the Profession (CSEP) at the Illinois Institute of Technology was established in 1976 for the purpose of promoting education and scholarship relating to the professions. In June 1996, the Center received a grant from National Science Foundation to put their collection of over 850 codes of ethics on the World-Wide Web.

Institute For Global Ethics
The Institute for Global Ethics is an independent, nonprofit, nonsectarian, and nonpartisan organization dedicated to elevating public awareness and promoting the discussion of ethics in a global context. As an international, membership-based think tank, the Center focuses on ethical activities in education, the corporate sector, and public policy.

International Business Ethics Institute
Its mission is to foster global business practices which promote equitable economic development, resource sustainability and democratic forms of government.

International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics (ISBEE)
The aim of the Society is to facilitate the dissemination of information and to foster interaction among businesses, academics, professional societies, and others interested in the ethical dimensions of business and economics on the international level.

Josephson Institute
Advocates principled reasoning and ethical decision making through programs and workshops for leaders including legislators and mayors, high-ranking public executives, congressional staff, editors and reporters, senior corporate and nonprofit executives, judges and lawyers, and military and police officers. The CHARACTER COUNTS! youth education initiative is a project of the Institute.

Minnesota Alliance With Youth: Fulfilling America’s Promise
An intergenerational alliance of stakeholders committed to creating active citizen leaders who will help build integrated, safe, and healthy communities.

Net Impact
Net Impact is a network of emerging business leaders committed to using the power of business to create a better world. Originally founded as Students for Responsible Business, Net Impact it is one of the most progressive and influential network of MBAs in existence today.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
The OECD groups member countries in an organisation that provides governments a setting in which to discuss, develop and perfect economic and social policy. The’s Development Assistance Committee (DAC) is the principal body through which the Organisation deals with issues related to co-operation with developing countries. The DAC is one of the key forums in which the major bilateral donors work together to increase the effectiveness of their common effort to support sustainable development.

Santa Clara University’s Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
The mission of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University is to heighten ethical awareness and improve ethical decision-making on campus and in the community at large.

Social Investing Forum
The Social Investment Forum site offers comprehensive information, contacts resources on socially responsible investing.

Social Investment Forum (UKSIF)
The UK Social Investment Forum (UKSIF) promotes and encourages socially responsible investment (SRI) in the UK. The site includes information both about UKSIF and about SRI in general, together with event reports, comments on proposed legislation and a newsletter. There is a detailed membership directory which includes UK investment managers, financial advisers, research organisations and NGOs.

Founded in 1987, SustainAbility was established to help create a more sustainable world by encouraging the evolution and widespread adoption of thinking and practices which are socially responsible, environmentally sound, and economically viable.

The Conference Board
The Conference Board is the premier business membership and research network worldwide, linking executives from different companies, industries and countries.

The Prince of Wales Business Leaders Forum
An international not for profit organization founded, in 1990, in response to concerns about the impact of the increasing globalization of business and challenges of sustainability and social cohesion.

The Southern Institute for Business and Professional Ethics
The Southern Institute for Business and Professional Ethics is a unique resource for businesses and individuals seeking to enhance ethical performance and meet the difficult challenges of today’s business world.  Their mission is to raise awareness and understanding of the ethical dimension of business and professional life, to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, and to stimulate a productive community dialogue about issues and responsibilities.

Transparency International
Acts to counter corruption, both in international business transactions and at national levels.

United States Office of Government Ethics
The Office of Government Ethics (OGE), a small agency within the executive branch, was established by the Ethics in Government Act of 1978. The Office of Government Ethics exercises leadership in the executive branch to prevent conflicts of interest on the part of Government employees, and to resolve those conflicts of interest that do occur.

University of British Columbia’s Centre for Applied Ethics
The mission of the Centre is to bring moral philosophy into the public domain by advancing research in applied ethics, supporting courses with a significant ethical component and acting as a community resource.

University of St. Thomas Koch Endowed Chair in Business Ethics
The Koch Endowed Chair in Business Ethics works with other entities on campus to ensure that ethics education remains a priority through business ethics education in both the undergraduate and MBA programs, faculty development, and the promotion of responsible corporate citizenship through professional development opportunities and other events.

West Michigan Sustainable Business Forum
The Forum advocates the belief that environmental leadership could, and should come from within the business community; not from without. Members investigate and develop policies, programs and management systems that promote environmentally and economically sustainable commerce. This site features an on-line Sustainability Self-Assessment Guide to be used by companies interested in the examination of environmental sustainability.

Wharton Ethics Program
The Wharton School supports its committment to the discussion of the ethical issues that confront business through its courses, faculty, research, and publications.

World Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) is a coalition of international companies united by a shared commitment to the environment and to the principles of economic growth and sustainable development.

World Economic Forum
Through global, personalized, knowledge-generating and highest-level interaction, the World Economic Forum provides its Members and Constituents with opportunities to share experiences and insights and to assess new opportunities. It also creates a privileged, informal, framework for intensive business networking and for an interface between business leaders, political leaders and world class experts.