Introduction to Social Responsibility Identification and Advocacy
1. Definition of Social Responsibility
Social responsibility refers to the responsibility of human beings to social goodness, natural environment and social progress. The content of social responsibility includes the following two levels:
(1) The first level is the bottom line content of social responsibility, the minimum standard of social responsibility, and the content of social responsibility that every individual, unit, and region should undertake. Organizations that refuse to bear the bottom line of social responsibility or violate the bottom line of social responsibility should be punished.
(2) The second level is the content of social responsibility advocacy, which can include all actions and requirements of people to promote social progress and implement universal human values. It is voluntarily undertaken by people according to their own reality. Organizations that voluntarily undertake social responsibility advocacy content should be rewarded.
Second, the bottom line of social responsibility
The bottom line of human moral conscience is [don't do evil], and the bottom line of human social responsibility should be higher than the bottom line of moral conscience. At the same time, the content of the bottom line of social responsibility is mainly to directly or indirectly maintain the bottom line of human moral conscience.
The bottom line of social responsibility is divided into three items. In short, it is [tolerance of evil], [do not support evil], and [respect for good deeds]. The specific standards are as follows:
(1) Actively urge and advise the [affiliated organization] to correct its unethical behavior before it has sincerely corrected and/or apologized, and refuses to enjoy the immoral benefits delivered by the [affiliated organization] . (In short: Unethical behavior by [affiliated organization] will not be tolerated until it makes good-faith corrections and/or apologizes.)
(2) When it is known that a certain person or unit or region has violated the moral bottom line, before the person has not sincerely corrected and/or apologized, within the scope permitted by objective conditions, do not provide him with support and assistance other than humanitarianism ,cooperate. (In short: do not support [the immoral person] until he sincerely corrects and/or apologizes.)
(3) After knowing that a certain person, unit or region has made a good deed, promptly express respect for the good deed, regardless of the motive of the perpetrator, and regardless of whether the perpetrator is notorious or not. (Explanation: No matter what motive a person has, and no matter whether he is a bad person or not, as long as he does a good deed, people should show respect for the good deed. If you think his motive is wrong or he is using good to cover up evil, you can still Be careful with them, but you can’t disrespect good deeds. If people don’t respect good deeds, always ignore, ridicule or question the motives of good deeds, good deeds will be reduced, and the solidity of the bottom line of society’s moral conscience will be damaged.)
An act that conforms to the content described in the first paragraph is a [behavior of assuming the bottom line of social responsibility].
A person, unit or region that decides and actually begins to act in accordance with the content of the first paragraph can be considered as a [personnel or unit or region that assumes the bottom line of social responsibility].
Third, the standard of behavior that violates the bottom line of social responsibility
For the behavior of refusing to bear the bottom line of social responsibility, it should be identified as [behavior of violating the bottom line of social responsibility]. This type of behavior includes, but is not limited to, the following behaviors:
(1) After receiving a letter of exhortation or related letters from a third party, the perpetrator still does not actively dissuade him, but insists on enjoying the loss of contact, even though he knows or should know that the unethical behavior of his affiliated organization has not been corrected or sincerely apologized. Unethical proceeds delivered by the organization.
(2) After receiving an exhortation letter or related letter from a third party, the perpetrator still refuses to dissuade and insists on providing him with Support, help, cooperation beyond humanitarianism.
The responsible units/individuals for [violating the bottom line of social responsibility] can be referred to as units/individuals who violate the bottom line of social responsibility. Cancel automatically.
Fourth, the standard of social responsibility advocacy content
Social responsibility advocacy content, including but not limited to the following:
(1) Actively participate in or promote public welfare actions;
(2) Actively donate to public welfare organizations;
(3) Other actions to promote social progress;
(4) Other actions to promote universal human values.
Behaviors that meet one or more of the content of social responsibility advocacy should be identified as [acts that actively assume higher social responsibilities], and individuals, units, and regions that engage in such behaviors should be identified as [actively assume higher social responsibilities] individual, unit, region].
Five, Encouraging Kindness
Persuasion refers to persuading relevant organizations to undertake the bottom line of social responsibility or to correct [behaviors that violate the bottom line of social responsibility] through persuasion, admonition, persuasion, punishment, and other appropriate methods.
Letters used by ICE8000 credit institutions or other organizations in the process of exhortation, regardless of the name, may be called "exhortation letters".
For [behaviors that violate the bottom line of social responsibility], people have the right to use the persuasion procedure to require the perpetrator to correct. However, people do not have the right to use the advocacy process to require or force others to assume social responsibility.
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