2002

Manila, Philippines
388 Delegates, 16 Countries
Theme: Asian Business for Society

2003

Bangkok, Thailand
308 Delegates, 21 Countries
Theme: Business, Government and Civil Society Collaboration: Meeting the Challenges Ahead

2004

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
283 Delegates, 22 Countries
Theme: Driving Forces for CSR – Altruism or Economics? Can CSR be Sustained by One Without the Other?

2005

Jakarta, Indonesia
418 Delegates, 18 Countries
Theme: Exploring CSR Strategies for Business: How the Right Strategy for CSR Can Make Business More Effective

2006

Manila, Philippines
528 Delegates, 24 Countries
Theme: Harnessing CSR for Development and Democracy

2007

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam
550 Delegates, 34 Countries
Theme: CSR – A Driving Force for Growth and Development: How CSR Can Reduce Poverty, Generate Investments and Trade, and Improve Business Performance

2008

Singapore
473 Delegates, 30 Countries
Theme: Business Response to Social Issues: Getting It Done

2009

Manila, Philippines
494 Delegates, 21 Countries
Theme: Sustaining CSR in Difficult Times: How Business Can Benefit and Why It Still Makes Business Sense

2010

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
342 Delegates, 27 Countries
Theme: Improving Business Competitiveness through CSR

The next decade

In later years, AFCSR focused on implementation issues.

AFCSR gathered like-minded practitioners of CSR from the academe as well as from the business sector, providing a venue for practitioners to access academically rigorous research.

2011

Manila, Philippines
582 Delegates, 31 Countries
Theme: Strategic CSR: Creating Shared Value

2012

Bangkok, Thailand
572 Delegates, 30 Countries
Theme: Innovative Approaches To Create Value for Business and Society

2013

Bali, Indonesia
307 Delegates, 21 Countries
Theme: CSR and the Challenge of Inclusive Growth

2014

Manila, Philippines
579 Delegates, 30 Countries
Theme: Building Resilient Communities: How Business, Government and Social Enterprises Can Work Together

2015

Bangkok, Thailand
327 Delegates, 23 Countries
Theme: Unleashing Social Entrepreneurship: New Partnerships for a Better World

2016

Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
269 Delegates, 17 Countries
Theme: How Business, Government and Social Enterprise can Harness the Power of Corporate Social Innovation to Uplift Communities, Transform Countries and Create a Better Future for All.

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