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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
 

Human  beings live under the given conditions (era, country, sex, family, social class, culture, language, etc...) and constraints (rich and  poor, technology, political regime, common sense, discrimination, prejudice, etc...). Our history consists of struggling to overcome  these constraints, that is to say, it is a trajectory of long journey  calling for essential liberty.

 

So  we human beings have two things in common: Everyone needs to live  with these constraints (though differ from one person to the next) in  given environment. And all of us can take over the footprints of  forerunners for essential liberty in its trajectory.


Under  the same condition of this two things in common, we walk a different  path respectively. It would be because we experience the following  three steps with a different attitude and approach.


Firstly, whether an individual can find his own necessity (his principles). Secondly, if he can live the necessity which he found. And thirdly, whether he acquires ability to express the necessity with his own way  in life.


It  would be the way of self-realization to experience and digest these  three steps. Following this way of self-realization does not  necessarily ensure easy and comfortable life. However, it will bring  changes which the force like a violence or a revolution is unable to  accomplish to each of life and this world.

 

 

From  this perspective, Espace MUSE sets the CSR framework as “the  passport to change”. We develop our activities for people and  organizations at all ages, levels and categories aiming to create an  opportunity that people experience three steps of self-realization.


 

CSR  philosophy of “the passport to change”

 

1. Create  an opportunity to question our own perception, cognition and  paradigm.

 

2. Form  open fields to develop humanitarian culture.

 

3. Establish  a system that enables everyone to engage and cooperate in regional and  global issues of common concerns.