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We need to drought proof our economy: G Chandrashekhar, Economic Advisor, IMC

The number of underprivileged is huge in number. Chandrashekhar believes that to witness inclusive growth in our country, the underprivileged population must have access to basic food security, healthcare and education in a time bound manner. Being an economist he explains how CSR funds can help the daunting challenges of our country. Thank you for...
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CSR Is About Intent And Spirit To Do Good: Anant Singhania, CEO, JK Enterprises

Post the announcement of Union Budget 2017-18, Anant Singhania, CEO, JK Enterprises spoke to The CSR Journal about the provisions of budget and his views on CSR. He opines that CSR is more about the intent and spirit to do good than anything else; merely ticking the checklist is not enough. Thank you for watching the...
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Talent Is The Biggest Pain Point In The Development Sector: Ashish Dhawan, Central Square Foundation

Ashish Dhawan is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Central Square Foundation. The organisation works to achieve transformational standards of excellence for the Indian school education system. Speaking to The CSR Journal, Dhawan expresses his views on the need of appropriate talent in the development sector. He believes, corporate firms through CSR funds should...
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Women Empowerment Is The Index Of A Country’s Progress: Suresh Kotak, Chairman, Kotak & Co.

Talking to The CSR Journal, Suresh Kotak, Chairman, Kotak & Co. Expressed his views on the Union Budget 2017-18. He found the budget to be positive. He believes that direct and indirect responsibilities put on corporate firms will generate reformist ambience for various social measures. He spoke about the vitality of women empowerment in...
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Inclination And Expenditure In CSR Is Increasing With Time: Dr Lalit Kanodia, Chairman, Datamatics

Post the Union Budget 2017-18, Dr Lalit Kanodia, Chairman, Datamatics spoke to The CSR Journal about his reactions to the budget and also his views on the practice of CSR in India. He finds a lot of good change in the sports sector in India. He believes that awareness and expenditure in the CSR...
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Rs 3,600 Crore For Shivaji Memorial Isn’t A Big Amount For Maharashtra Govt, Nawab Malik, National Spokesperson, NCP

Rs 3,600 Crore For Shivaji Memorial Isn't A Big Amount For Maharashtra Govt: Nawab Malik, NCP Supporting the announcement made by the BJP-led state government, Nawab Malik, National Spokesperson, NCP believes that Maharashtra can certainly afford the Shivaji Memorial. While Fadnavis government asked corporate firms to use CSR funds for transformation of 1000 villages, the...
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Accountability Standards Should Be Set To Monitor CSR Expenditure: Abu Azmi, Samajwadi Party

Talking to The CSR Journal, Abu Azmi, veteran leader of Samajwadi Party in Mumbai expresses his views on Shivaji Memorial slated to be built in the state at an extravagant cost. Azmi believes that CSR expenditure should be monitored to ensure its maximum utilisation. Thank you for watching the interview until the very end. We appreciate the...
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I Believe The Memorial (Of 3600cr) Will Make The Country Proud: Ashish Shelar, President, Mumbai Unit, BJP

Ashish Shelar, President, Mumbai Unit, BJP speaks briefly with The CSR Journal about the present working situations between the state government and corporates. Recently, the state of Maharashtra announced Rs 3600 crores to build a Shivaji Memorial, Shelar believes that it will aid in job creation and it is still justified to ask corporates...

Adequate Money Doesn’t Reach The Beneficiaries: Kripashankar Singh, Veteran, Indian National Congress, Mumbai

Kripashankar Singh is an Indian politician with the Indian National Congress party. He was a minister of state in the 2004 Maharashtra state cabinet. While In Conversation with The CSR Journal, he emphasizes on how important it is for the funds to reach the beneficiaries. It is good that big corporate houses have come...
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CSR Can’t Be A Separate Hat To Wear In A Business: Princess Laurentien of Netherlands, Founder & Member of the Board, Missing Chapter Foundation

Hailing from the royal family of Netherlands, Princess Laurentien works on several social and environmental issues focusing on sustainability, literacy and children’s participation. She is the founder of Missing Chapter Foundation (MCF), an organisation which has been functioning to ponder and work on curious questions and suggestions posed by children and teenagers on serious...
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Only Education Is Not Enough, Human Rights Education Is Needed – Kerry Kennedy, President, Robert F Kennedy Human Rights

Kerry Kennedy serves as the President of Robert F Kennedy Human Rights based in the United States of America. She hails from a family with a strong political background.Talking to The CSR Journal, Kennedy stressed on the need of child rights and human rights education. She also highlighted the power of strong determined people...
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Overview of the First SWAG Social Welfare & Growth Awards 2016

The CSR Journal celebrated its anniversary on 8th July, and organised its first SWAG (Social Welfare & Growth) Awards to felicitate initiatives in the social space. LGBT community-based dance group, ‘Dancing Queens’ shared their aspirations, struggles and capabilities through a captivating dance performance. While stand-up artist Kenneth Sebastian featured in a humourous act. Alternative...
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