First Slovenian stakeholder meeting was organized with the aim to discuss covid-19 challenges and post covid-19 societal changes in the scope of corporate social responsibility. First part was seminar with round table discussions, second part was presentation of awards for responsible cooperation projects between profit and non-profit sector.

Ph.D Jure Stojan – Visio Institute, presented the concept of Environmental Social Governance and influence of covid-19 to the ESG development. Andrej Gnezda, Umanotera presented national and EU funding opportunities for sustainable development from the covid-19 Recovery and Resilience Facility, priorities and influence on sustainable development. Ph.D. Karolina Babic, Doba Faculty presented solution for social economy in the mainstreaming of cooperatives and deeper workers integration in the corporate decision making. Simona Roskar, Ekvilib presented social innovations and why we need them today more then ever. Questions were focused on the situation and challenges of post-covid time for social economy. Situation in the non-profit sector worsened in Slovenia after covid-19 especially social responsibility in in extremely low point at the moment.

In the second part of the event corporate social responsibility awards for best cooperation projects between profit and non-profit sector were presented. First was award for the most innovative social innovation - winner was Alojz Verbovsek with the “oldi” carriage for unmovable people.

In the category of small and medium enterprise following projects have been awardee.

  • Second place for Mikro+Polo and Upornik company who are supporting local population with free meals.
  • First place for Public service company Kranj who is supporting local drug addicts to rehabilitate producing circular economy products.

In the category of big enterprise following projects have been awardee.

  • Second place for Generali insurance company who is supporting local health providers with medical equipment.
  • First place for Kostak who is supporting local non-profit institute Knof with material for refurbishing old furniture.