The range of topics covered in this issue remains as wide as in previous issues, continuing to demonstrate the diversity of the field and the extent of interest there is in social responsibility. A lot of the papers in the issue stem from the 4th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility which was held in London, UK during September 2005. As I write the 5th conference is about to take place in Edirne, Turkey and will be over before this issue of the journal is published. It will be apparent however, just as in previous issues, that the same richness and variety of contributions which is a feature of the conferences is present in the journal. A glance at the list of contents and their contributors will confirm this. This is one of the strengths of this journal that it attempts to — and largely succeeds — in bringing together people from a wide range of backgrounds, both disciplinary and geographically to engage in discourse about social responsibility. It is only through this discourse that we can attempt agreement and a basis for moving forward to effect change — something that all contributors are looking to achieve.
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