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Sustainability Report 2008 - 2012 of the Federal Ministry for Labour and Social Affairs

On the one hand, this report aims to show what lies behind sustainable policymaking in labour and social affairs. On the other hand, it aims to illustrate how the Federal Labour Ministry itself puts the principle of social responsibility into practice. The report primarily addresses concerned citizens and civil groups that are interested in how the Federal Labour Ministry adopts a sustainable approach to framing policy, allocating taxpayers money and its obligations as an employer. With this reporting initiative, it wants to set an example and encourage other public agencies to give an account of the social, environmental and societal consequences of their activities.