NCSR – Preface
The National Development of Indonesia is not separate from the Sustainable Development objective which is “To fulfill the need for humans now without demolishing the capability of future generations in fulfilling their needs” (Bruntland Report 1987). For this reason, the strategy of development must be based upon 3 (three) main pillars in sustainable development, which are: Environment, Social and Economic”. This strategy has been conducted by the business community with its concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) or in a broader sense can be described as Corporate Sustainability (CS).
For the purpose of assisting, developing, measuring and reporting of the implementation of CSR / Corporate Sustainability (CS) there is a need for a independent organization. That is why the “NATIONAL CENTER FOR SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING (NCSR)” has been established which comprise of corporations. Organizations and professional individuals which have the vision and commitment in implementing and developing Sustainable Development in Indonesia.
NCSR has been declared on June 23, 2005 by 5 (five) major independent organizations which are the Indonesian Management Accountants Institute (IAMI / prev. IAI-KAM), the Indonesian-Netherlands Association (INA), National Committee on Governance (KNKG), Forum for Corporate Governance in Indonesia (FCGI) and the Public Listed Companies Association (AEI).