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Published: 8/23/2011What if we were to shift the discussion about CSR and disaster response from one of reaction to one of pro-action? I suppose your perspective of CSR in the context of disaster response depends on whether you are entrenched in the humanitarian sector or in the corporate sector. For those representing the humanitarian sector as first line responders or as fundraisers, there is the belief that if you have the resources you really ought to give. There is a moral imperative to do so, regardless of where the disaster strikes, acknowledging the interdependence of humanity, its strengths as well as its weaknesses. The truth is that corporations, on average, give a very small per cent of net profits to disaster response.
Published: 8/19/2011Booz and company have dubbed them the Third Billion, referring to the number of women from around the world who will be economically active by 2020. My own daughter will be among them. First and Second Billion positions have been secured already by China and India. And it’s safe to assume that growth in these two economies have helped to accelerate the emergence of the Third Billion. Investments and priority setting to improve survival and development outcomes for girls in developing country settings have also contributed to the growing number of women who will soon be economically active.
Published: 8/17/2011Demonstration Video of the Company2Keep social media platform promoting corporate social responsibility.
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