Responsible Organising #2

Gender equality, the future of mobility, the needs of the displaced population, sustainable finance, governance and accountability of businesses, inclusion and sports... Welcome to the Responsible Organising conference #2!

Welcome to
the Responsible Organising conference #2 !
On November 13, 2018, from 09:30 to 18:00
At Hanken School of Economics
To register, please go here!
The conference is free to charge and open to any interested stakeholders.
Agenda of the day (subject to later changes):

Welcome to Hanken!
“Responsible Organising”, a word from the organisers


Keynote speeches

  • Wendy Hein- Lecturer in Marketing, Birkbeck, University of London

Corporate Social Responsibility: Who is liable for what?
Cases of France, UK, Netherlands and Finland
Panel discussion

  • Nina Elomaa-Director Corporate Responsibility, Fazer

Other panelists to be updated once confirmed!


  • Nikodemus Solitander- Director of CCR, Hanken

Workshop - Sustainable finance and Financial Technology: Hand in hand towards Sustainable Development?

  • Nina Rudanko- Exceutive Director and Board Member, Fintech Finland
  • Bonnie Buchanan- Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Business and Economics, Hanken  and Professor of Finance at Seattle University

Other presenters and panelists to be updated once confirmed!

13:00-14:30Workshop -What are the needs and rights of the displaced population in Finland and elsewhere?
13:00-14:30Workshop - Sport and Inclusion: all in the same team?

Workshop - What is the role of car in the future of mobility?

  • Timo Valtonen-Managing Director, Drive Now
  • Jarkko Jaakkola- Area Manager, MaaS Global/Whim
  • Heikki Sorasahi- Specialist, Circular Economy, Sitra

Discussion on “How to develop an efficient and sustainable eco-system for mobility”

Other presenters and panelists to be updated once confirmed!


Workshop - post #metoo: What do we do?

  • Malin Gustavsson- consultant in Gender Equality and Diversity Issues, Ekvalita
  • Jeff Hearn- Professor Emeritus, Hanken School of Economics
  • Charlotta Niemistö- Project leader, Hanken School of Economics
16:20-16:45Conclusions of the day

Exhibition on the findings of the first report “Rethinking Society For The 21st Century” of The International Panel on Social Progress and Sustainable Development Goals

Networking time and Cocktail

About the organisers:

The Centre for Corporate Responsibility (CCR) is a cross-disciplinary Research and Development Institute focusing on the societal impacts and responsibilities of business.
To know more about CCR, visit:

GODESS is a research and development institute that focusses on research areas of gender, organization, diversity, equality, and social sustainability in transnational times.
To know more about GODESS, visit:

The Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Research Institute (HUMLOG) acts as a focal point for researchers and partly for practitioners in Humanitarian Logistics to conduct high-quality research on logistics and supply chain management in humanitarian and development context.
To know more about HUMLOG, visit:

Details of the first Responsible Organising Conference held in November 2017 can be found here!