ANIMA Investment Network,  a multi-country platform supporting the economic development of the Mediterranean, recently released a report on Socially Responsible Investment in the region entitled: “Socially Responsible Investment: What Strategy for the Mediterranean?”
The study provides an outlook of the impacts of investment for the three cornerstones of sustainable development and then presents the stakes, strategies and tools for the four main categories of stakeholders of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) in the Mediterranean: the public authorities, the business support organisations, companies and financial players.
Some parts of the report discuss  the Tunisian SRI ecosystem that it is still lagging behind but might offer new opportunities with the expected improvement in governance and sustainable development, after the dictatorship’s fall.
An extract mentions some insights given by one of the center’s contributors , Hatem Mahbouli, on the potential of social entrepreneurship and impact investing in the area:


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