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CSR spend will mainly go on education, children and women - Daily News & Analysis

CSR spend will mainly go on education, children and women - Daily News & Analysis | CSR Review | Scoop.it
Daily News & Analysis CSR spend will mainly go on education, children and women Daily News & Analysis With the Companies Bill 2012 stipulating guidelines on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and introducing class action suits, Indian companies...
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OPPORTUNITY: "...I think CSR is an aspect that needs to be seen in its true spirit – to genuinely do something for a better society, irrespective of what the law says. This is a good opportunity for corporates to show that they care."

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Corporate Social Responsibility: Filling the gap in service delivery ...

Corporate Social Responsibility: Filling the gap in service delivery ... | CSR Review | Scoop.it
These are some of the many testimonies one will hear in several areas in the Albertine Region, thanks to a magical acronym: CSR- Corporate Social Responsibility. Mr. Irumba's joy is from a satellite primary school that Tullow ...
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#CSR Caution. Why you can't create programs without directly involving the people you propose to impact.  

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Nancy Vaughan: Growing the market for love - The Herald Bulletin

Nancy Vaughan: Growing the market for love - The Herald Bulletin | CSR Review | Scoop.it
Nancy Vaughan: Growing the market for love
The Herald Bulletin
One of the most dynamic spokespeople for the nonprofit sector, Dan Pollatta, author of Uncharitable, spoke to United Way professionals in May at the Staff Leaders Conference.
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Good #CSR can change the predominate paradigm even if, according to Dan Pollatta, "...business will leave behind the most disadvantaged and unlucky, and will not develop those markets for which there is no monetary measure." 


Why?


Because businesses are comprised of people. Tap into the human element, show the decision makers how #CSR aligns with their goals, and work to create new connections across all departments. 


We can develop new markets that give positive impact to the "disadvantaged and unlucky". We just need to change the way we approach it.

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Corporate social responsibility awards tackle sustainable growth ...

The 60 winners of the inaugural European Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award Scheme today celebrated their achievements at a special ceremony in Brussels. Responsible and sustainable business practices are increasingly ...
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Important to realize: "As Europeans have less confidence in business than some years ago, it is crucial that the business community makes the restoration of trust and legitimacy a priority."

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Focus corporate social responsibility on Asian customers; they'll pay ...

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What does this say about our respective cultures, if anything?
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"... the percentage of global consumers willing to reward companies that give back to society grew by 5 percent—increasing to 50 percent from 45 percent." 

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Spending on Corporate Social Responsibility by Companies - Corporate Law Reporter

Spending on Corporate Social Responsibility by Companies - Corporate Law Reporter | CSR Review | Scoop.it
There is no provision for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) spending by companies in the present company law i.e. Companies Act, 1956.
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India getting clearer on establishing #CSR departments.

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