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Logitech CSR

Global CSR Report: Logitech Gives Back

Logitech is a world leader in designing, manufacturing and marketing products that help connect people to digital and cloud experiences. As a company, Logitech is small and flexible enough for every person to take the initiative and make things happen but big enough in portfolio and reach for those actions to have a global...

Beauty Industry Has Moved Ahead From Playing With Women’s Insecurities To Empowering Them

Since ages, women were made to believe that beauty is something that deals with one's outward appearance. Women, through various marketing campaigns by beauty brands, were forced to accept the fairer, the better ideology. However, as time changed, the beauty industry has moved from the skewed definition to a more holistic definition of beauty. It...
ITC wins at ICSI National Awards

ITC Limited adjudged ‘Best Governed Company’ at the 20th ICSI National Awards

ITC Limited has been adjudged ‘Best Governed Company’ at the 20th ICSI National Awards for Excellence in Corporate Governance, 2020 in the Listed Segment: Large Category. ITC’s Company Secretary, Rajendra Kumar Singhi was also adjudged ‘Governance Professional of the Year’ for his contribution towards adoption of effective governance processes. Singhi received the Award on behalf...
Mumbai-Pune Expressway

Road Safety Week 2021: Zero Fatality Corridor Project by Volkswagen

As per the WHO Global Report on Road Safety 2018, India accounts for almost 11 per cent of road crash-related deaths in the world – the highest among 199 countries followed by China and the US. According to the latest Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) report on Road Crashes in 2019, on...
Road Safety - Honda 2Wheelers

National Road Safety Week: CSR Initiatives of Honda 2Wheelers to Address Road Safety in India

India is among the world’s biggest two-wheelers markets. In fact, surveys have shown that one in three households in India owns a two-wheeler. As the roads get more and more crowded with vehicles, it is important to take measures for road safety to avoid mishaps and loss of life as well as property. Honda 2Wheelers...
Indian Youth

National Youth Day 2021: Initiatives by India Inc for Re-Integration of Youth in the Post COVID Recovery Phase

12th January is celebrated as National Youth Day in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. Swami Vivekananda and his thoughts are still an inspiration to youth. He believed that the role of youth was very significant in the process of nation-building. In the current times, the youth of the country are highly...
Road Safety

National Road Safety Week 2021: Diageo India’s CSR Initiative Addressing Road Safety

The World Health Organisation report on Global road safety has estimated that India suffers a loss of $58 billion because of road accidents every year. India is burdened with 12.5 per cent of the total road accidents across the world. To curb such incidents and spread awareness about road safety, January 11th to 17th...
frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions About CSR, Answered!

The CSR Journal is always communicating to you every detail of CSR law, every aspect of the CSR domain and new developments in corporate social responsibility. We always keep you informed about CSR rules in simple and easy-to-understand language. No corporate jargon here. Only relevant information and the latest news. Frequently Asked Questions There are some...
Dubai

Dubai has a CSR Approach That Indian Cities Can Learn From

Dubai's commitment to corporate social responsibility in the face of an economy-destroying pandemic is impressive. The secret sauce for this successful CSR recipe is the way that the UAE government rewards every corporate – big or small – who contributes to the culture of responsible business practices. The unique approach in Dubai has made...
2021 CSR Trends

Top CSR Trends to Expect in 2021

The year 2020 was a year that showed us a different facet of life. It made us realise how ill-prepared we were to face a disaster, despite that, how we emerged a winner by adapting to the new and changed circumstances. Life post-corona is referred to as ‘new-normal’ considering the fact that it would...
Kotak Mahindra Bank CSR

Kotak Mahindra Bank CSR Report: Empowering Indians through Education

The Kotak Mahindra Bank has been in business for 17 years now. The bank has a wide reach with about 1,600 branches across the country. It also has a presence outside India in Singapore, London, the USA and the Middle East. The Bank has cemented its distinctive status through unique offerings and services, e.g....
CSR

Why Vaccinating Own Employees Cannot be Considered as CSR

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major upheaval to the country’s economy. The capitalists of the country are used to having a profitable mindset and have felt a lot of discomfort at the change in workplace dynamics. So many employees across the country have been laid off because of the lockdowns and limited attendance...

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