WFSGI has been successful in gaining commitment from members to adopt a Code of Conduct and take a proactive, comprehensive approach to Corporate Social responsibility (CSR). In this report the main challenges, good practices and case studies are illustrated.

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Rules of the Game: The World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry Code of Conduct - World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI), 2015 DOWNLOAD

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