|The Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship.|
Throughout his life Jürgen Schrempp has made a great impact and has gained important experience. Whether in the context of the awards he has received, his influence in politics and industry, or the many speeches he has given, he has always acted with integrity, passion and enthusiasm.
We have gathered a few examples in video format to give you a personal glimpse of his many activities.
How did EADS come into being, and what were the decisive factors that led to the formation of this major European project? And, what role did Jürgen Schrempp have in it? Watch a summary of the key events. >>>
In 1998, Jürgen Schrempp received the Order of Good Hope presented by Nelson Mandela, President of South Africa at the time. >>>
In 1998, Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela was awarded the German Media Prize – his friend Jürgen Schrempp delivered a moving speech in his honor. >>>
In 2005, Jürgen Schrempp was awarded the Woodrow Wilson Award for Corporate Citizenship for his sociopolitical commitment. This video summarizes his activities. >>>
In 2004, Jürgen Schrempp and Nelson Mandela were presented with the Honorary Bambi for their commitment to the fight against HIV/AIDS. Watch the award ceremony. >>>
Jürgen Schrempp has been committed to the fight against HIV/AIDS for many years. Here you can find his speech at the German AIDS Gala in Berlin, and other text extracts. >>>
The EADS Group is a global leader in aerospace, defence and related services.
"IF WE DON'T HELP SOLVE THE PROBLEMS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA LOCALLY, THE PROBLEMS WILL COME TO US. ONLY IGNORANT PEOPLE CAN FAIL TO HEED THIS WARNING."
DAIMLER´S SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA
The Mercedes-Benz plant in East London, South Africa, is an established business player and one of the largest employers in the region.
The film uses three examples to illustrate the group’s social involvement in health education and services, and secondary education.