Cisco CSR Report
No shame, no stigma: Ending the mental health taboo
Mental health is health. But for too long, too many people have been afraid to ask for support. Learn how Cisco is changing the conversation around mental health.
Inside Cisco’s efforts to manage minerals in our supply chain
We continually conduct due diligence on minerals in our supply chain to ensure their mining and sale is not benefiting armed groups or actors that commit human rights violations. But until now, precise data about the origin of minerals has been lacking. Without this data, it’s much harder for us to address human rights and other issues at their source: the mine. The Transparensee Project aims to change that.
Digital Green: Providing for those who provide for others
Smallholder farmers produce more than 80 percent of the world’s food. But they also make up 80 percent of the world’s poorest people, which means they often lack the resources to grow their businesses. Digital Green, a Cisco social investment partner, is using technology to change this equation.
How Destination: Home works to make homelessness in Silicon Valley rare, brief and nonrecurring
Cisco has moved to address this serious and growing crisis of inequality in our backyard. In 2018, we committed to donate $50 million over five years to help Destination: Home catalyze public funding and launch the Supportive Housing & Innovation Fund. Here's how the funds are being used.
The Digital Readiness Index: transforming economies through technology
Understanding a country’s digital readiness helps give insight to what specific investments or interventions could help a country move up in their digital journey, creating jobs and increasing quality of life for residents.
Connecting the dots from skills to careers: Inside Cisco’s Networking Academy
Access to opportunity can change lives and change communities. Cisco Networking Academy partners with educators, governments, and employers to bring global and inclusive access to digital skills to millions of people. Here are some of their stories.
How we take our culture to the next level with Conscious Culture
A company’s culture can be its greatest asset. Unfortunately, you don’t have to look far to find companies where culture isn’t working. Read on to find out how Conscious Culture is helping Cisco reinforce our values and behaviors.
CSR At Cisco: A Message from CEO Chuck Robbins
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins explains how corporate social responsibility connects to Cisco’s overall business strategy.
Proud of where we stand today, inspired by where we will go from here
At Cisco, we are committed to a culture where all people feel welcomed, valued, respected, accepted and heard. We also believe it’s important to be transparent about our diversity, which is why we publicly release our data annually in our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report.