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Corporate Social Responsibility Academy

Volume 459: debated on Tuesday 1 May 2007

To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1) pursuant to the answer of 19 April 2007, Official Report, columns 767-68W, on the Corporate Social Responsibility Academy, what the funding provided to the academy in (a) 2004-05, (b) 2005-06 and (c) 2006-07 was spent on, broken down by main budget heading; (135055)

(2) how much government funding was given to the Academy Programme partners as part of the Corporate Social Responsibility Academy in each year since it began.

[holding answer 30 April 2007]: The budget for the academy over its two years was allocated as follows:

CSR Academy budget

£

Year 1

Year 2

Programme partners

150,000

127,000

Project management

87,200

91,000

Website/communications

41,400

41,000

Miscellaneous expenses

12,200

20,000

Total

290,800

279,000

To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry when his Department decided to transfer the running of the Corporate Social Responsibility Academy to Business in the Community. (135059)

[holding answer 30 April 2007]: The Department was in discussion with Business in the Community about the future of the academy from June 2006 and the agreement to the transfer was concluded in January 2007.