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NTT Group CSR Charter

NTT Group has been working to achieve sustained growth through the resolution of social issues by referring to the NTT Group CSR Charter as its basic principles. The charter consists of a statement of our commitment to corporate social responsibility, and the four CSR goals that outline specific priority aspects of our CSR activities.
In May 2016, we reviewed the NTT Group’s CSR Priority Activities, which represent the material issues pursued by Group companies, in a united effort to promote CSR and revised the NTT Group CSR Charter.

NTT Group CSR Charter

NTT Group CSR Charter

NTT Group delivers the highest quality ICT solutions as a “Value Partner” for customers and contributes to the creation of a prosperous and sustainable society with vibrant communication.

Our CSR Goals

1.Enrich Social Communication

Our innovative ICT expertise enhances societal connectivity and convenience while providing a communications environment for addressing local and international challenges to sustainable community development.

2.Protect the Global Environment

We reduce environmental impact throughout our business, apply ICT to alleviate the environmental load of society, and actively engage in resolving worldwide environmental issues.

3.Ensure Reliable Communications

We address social and ethical concerns as an infrastructure enterprise that supports society while protecting livelihoods by securing online information in a robust communications environment that can withstand natural disasters and cyber-attacks.

4.Unite the Energies of Team NTT

Team NTT and its partners maintain the highest ethical standards and respect for human rights in business; value diversity and personal growth in the workplace; and contribute to building vibrant local communities.

(May 12, 2016 revised)

Major Reports

  • NTT Group CSR
You can watch introduction videos here.
  • NTT Group Environmental Activities
  • NTT Annual Report 2017

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