Abstract This chapter explores the impact of UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and Rio?+?20 in improving Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practices. While MDGs and Rio?+?20 have suggested additive guidelines for improving CSR practices, they do not provide a strong legislative mandate. We find both MDGs and Rio?+?20 have had limited cumulative effect on CSR practices and discourses within the corporate reports. UN bodies should bring a new policy and regulatory framework that addresses limitations in the principles espoused in the MDGs and Rio?+?20. An independent monitoring system (a social compliance audit mechanism) can be mandated in an attempt to make incremental substantive change.
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