Perspectives: SDGs

I Love My City - A Concept for CSR

Corporate CSR initiatives can impact everyday lives in cities. Projects that focus on Water, Trees, Education, Reading Rooms, Community and Maps can change our cities for the better.
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Women and Children - Are they strategic to FMCG companies?

In the past we have raised issues around CSR activities of automotive, steel, plastic, and toy companies. In this piece we turn our attention …
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Guide to the new CSR Rules

The new Companies Act, 2013 contains an important clause (Clause 135) that mandates CSR regulations for Indian companies. The final rules were notified on 27th …
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Psst…what’s the dirty word?

PROFIT! That’s the word. Not really. Despite all the hoopla that law makers across the world make – profit is the reason why an …
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Can CSR help the handcrafted toy industry?

This winter Delhi’s children had something new to look forward to. The Dastkar Nature Bazaar had a host of colourful games, toys, clothes and …
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Can a Trusteeship Model Redefine Business in the 21st Century?

As we welcome 2014, I cant help but think about the many challenges India still needs to overcome. While much is said about India’s …
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The Trusteeship Institute

One can change the fundamentals of business by following Gandhi’s Trusteeship model to redefine progress for companies, people, and nations.
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Trusteeship, Gandhi, and Business in the 21st Century

Gandhi's principle of Trusteeship is increasingly relevant today as we move towards a world where corporates and social responsibility is interlinked.
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Corporate Wellness

Productivity is significantly impacted when employee health is not kept in mind. What can a company do to ensure employee health is optimum?
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