Through the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), the European Union is requiring more and more companies to publish annual non-financial reports taking into account the so-called ESG criteria (Environmental, Social and Governance) and to have their sustainability report audited. The new rules will come into force in 2024, which means it is high time to get prepared. .
For over 20 years the Belgian Institute of Registered Auditors (IBR-IRE) has been drawing attention to the work of Belgian organisations or organisations active in Belgium that publish a sustainability report covering the ESG aspects of their activity.
Has your company or organisation published a non-financial or integrated report reflecting on its 2022 activity? Do you want to highlight its sustainability efforts and increase people’s awareness on this topic? Send us your report and try to become one of the winners of the 2023 edition of the Awards for Best Belgian Sustainability Reports! All participating sustainability reports are published here each year.
The Awards are organised with the support of the Belgian Federal Institute for Sustainable Development and are open to all sustainability reports, regardless of the organisation’s experience in that field. One of the mains goals of the Awards being to promote the exchange of best practices, all participants will receive feedback from the jury at the end of the competition.
Registration is open until 30 June 2023 (Reports in the “SMEs” and “Other organisations” categories will be admitted until 20 July). Conditions of participation and further details can be found here.