Referati predavateljev // Conference Proceedings

 

1st DAY

 

Plenarna predavanja // Plenary talks

  1. Dr. Peter Glavič, Prof. Emeritus, University of Maribor, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Slovenia Personal and social responsibility for sustainable future from the EU perspective
  2. Stefan Crets, Executive Director, CSR Europe, Bruxelles, Belgium The European challenge: our duty to collaborate / Power point presentation
  3. Sonja Šmuc, General Manager of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia Social responsibility, sustainable development and the future of business / Power point presentation

A. Personal responsibility – self–responsibility as part of a society

 

A1. SR attitude towards the environment

  1. Prof., DDr., Ana Vovk Korže, University of Maribor, Faculty of Arts, Department of Geography, ERM Centre, Maribor, Slovenia Household self–sufficiency as a way to sustainability
  2. Ida Krušič Smrekar, B.A. (pedag. & art history), Primary school Karl Destovnik – Kajuh, Ljubljana, Slovenia Fashion from natural and waste materials / Power point presentation

A2. SR attitude towards the society

  1. Prof. Emer. DDr. Matjaž Mulej, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Simona Šarotar Žižek, University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, Slovenia Society & Welfare
  2. Dr. Marina Stefanova, University St. Kliment Ohridski, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Sofia, Bulgaria Individual leadership as a factor for building a sustainable and resilient company
  3. Saša Mrak Hendrickson, MBA, Executive Director of the Managers Association and representative in the European Association of Managers CEC, Ljubljana, Slovenia Personal responsibility – European guidelines for sustainable leadership
  4. Nataša Čebulj, Institute for Systemic Constellations, and Anita Hrast, M.Sc., IRDO – Institute for the Development of Social Responsibility, Slovenia Personal responsibility of the leader from the system constellations method point of view

A3. SR attitude towards creation and consumption 

  1. dr. Liliya Satalkina & Univ. Prof. Dr. habil. Gerald Steiner, Full Professor of Organizational Communication and Innovation, Dean of Faculty of Business and Globalization, Donau U., Krems, & Associate Faculty CSH (Complexity Science Hub, Vienna), Austria Digital entrepreneurship as an element within the complex societal transitions – impact on future sustainable development / Power point presentation
  2. Boštjan Okorn, Slovene Consumers’ Organisation, Head of testing, Chair of Sustainability Working Group at ANEC, Slovenija Sustainable consumer – what does it take to become one?
  3. Miro Mihec, B.S., Econ., Association Social economy of Slovenia, Podravje Branch, & Etika d.o.o., Slovenia Buy responsible – personal ethics and responsible consumerism
  4. Dr.Tal Pavel, Head of Cyber studies, The Information Systems Program (B.Sc.), School of Management and Economics, The Academic College of Tel-Aviv Yaffo Cyber Education as a Social Responsibility / Power point presentation

B. SR organizational responsibility and systemic behaviour (IASCYS)

  1. Prof. Dr. Pierre Bricage, Retired Biology Professor, University of Pau, France SARS–CoV–2 and COVID–19: Questions about a world ethical governance for a societal and environmental responsibility in health science research
  2. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dejan Dragan, University of Maribor, Faculty of Logistics, Department for Quantitative methods in logistics, Prof. Emer. DDr. Matjaž Mulej,University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business and IRDO, Slovenia, Abolfazl Keshavarzsaleh, M.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. Student, University of Deakin, Australia Research on Pandemics and COVID-19 virus: A systemic review of methodologies focusing on holistic solutions in logistics and supply chain management
  3. Prof. Dr. Dr. Teodora Ivanuša, DVM, & Prof. Dr. Iztok Podbregar, University of Maribor, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Kranj, Slovenia, Filipe Duarte, Naval Architect & Marine Engineer BSc, MSc., CEO at OPTIMAL DEFENCE, Lisboa e Região, Portugal; Asst. Prof. Dr. Rado Janša, MD, University Medical Centre Ljubljana Quarantine: from Serenissima Repubblica di Venezia to the 21st Century / Power point presentation
  4. Prof. Emeritus, Dr. Jifa Gu, Academy of Mathematics and Systems science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China Explanation of COVID–19 in China by first order, second order and third order cybernetics and systems science

2nd DAY

 

Plenarna predavanja // Plenary talks

  1. Prof. Emeritus, DDr., Matjaž Mulej, University of Maribor, University of Maribor, and IRDO Institute for the Development of Social Responsibility & IASCYS Sustainable Future Concept vs. Sustainable Development after 15 years (Remembering Timi Ečimović, 1941–2018)
  2. Dr. Martina Rauter, (soc. and com.), Slovenia Social responsibility begins with personal responsibility, SLO version
  3. Prof. DDr. Ana Vovk Korže, University of Maribor, Faculty of Arts, Dept. of Geography, ERM Centre, Slovenia Understanding sustainability today
  4. Dr. Darja Piciga, Citizens’ Initiative for an Integral Green Slovenia & Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Slovenia The Future of Slovenia and Europe in a Turbulent World: Integrating Perspectives and Actualising Potentials on a Path of Sustainability

C. A sustainable future for society and the environment

 

C1. Economic aspects of society's development

  1. Dr. Živko Bergant, Assoc. Prof., College of Accounting, Ljubljana, Slovenia Accounting, accountancy and social responsibility
  2. Maruša Babnik, Ekvilib Inštitut, Ljubljana, Slovenia GRI Standard 207 review considering the promotion of socially responsible corporate tax behaviour / Power point presentation
  3. Ema Čady, Certified »tax consultant«, no. 3-004/2001 of Slovenian Institute of Auditors & Court Expert of Economics – Finance and Taxes, Ljubljana, Slovenia Dialectical system of measures for non-financial reporting in accordance with Directive 2014/95/EU – a contribution to socially responsible society

C2. Environmental aspects of society's development

  1. Prof. Dr. Darja Boršič, University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, & Lea Žižek, student, University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, Slovenia Indicators of Living Standard and Sustainable Development in EU
  2. Prof. DDr. Ana Vovk Korže, University of Maribor, Faculty of Art, Depart. of Geography, ERM Centre How to understand sustainable development in practice?

C3. Responsible governance of the development of society and individualst

  1. Lucija Glavič, Maruša Babnik, Ekvilib Inštitut, Ljubljana, Slovenia The Role of CSR Certificates in the Development of Social Responsibility in Slovenia
  2. Mihael Sket, Slovenia How Principles, Guidelines, Indicators and Reporting Frameworks Influence Solving Ecological and Social problem
  3. Assoc. Prof. Dr., Tea Golob, School of Advanced Social Studies in Nova Gorica, Prof. Dr. Matej Makarovič, School of Advanced Social Studies in Nova Gorica, Slovenia A Model to Explore Responsible Behaviour
  4. Ass. Prof. Dr. Igor Perko, Ass. Prof. Dr. Borut Milfelner, Domen Malc, all University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, Slovenia Examining Hybrid Reality Feedback Analysis with Social responsibility concepts

D. Young people, the elderly and social responsibility

  1. Prof. Dr. Zdenka Ženko, University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, and Robin Marn, II. Gimnazija, Maribor, Slovenia Achieving socially responsible behaviour with mental help phone applications for self–esteem and creativity
  2. Maja Zovko–Stele, MSc, Tatjana Dolinšek, Msc., Mojca Arh & Karl Destovnik, all Association of providers of vocational rehabilitation in the Republic of Slovenia The Youth Transition project – case study
  3. Nomi Hrast, Student, University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, Slovenia ADRASTOS – Slovenian Youth Award for Social Responsibility
  4. Nomi Hrast & Doris Fesel, students, University of Maribor, Faculty of Economics and Business, Slovenia Implementation Practices of Sustainable Development Goals in Slovenia and Abroad
  5. Dr. Magda Zupančič, Ministry of Labour, Slovenia Personal responsibility as socially responsible behaviour for sustainable welfare
  6. Lucija Medimurec, B.S., Osnovna šola Stična Responsible use of the internet for elementary school youth
  7. Lucija Medimurec, B.S., Osnovna šola Stična Environmental math