CSR programs vary in scope, however we broadly Categorize them under four major categories: -
1.Human Welfare & Well-Being
2.The Planet & Environment
3. Technology & CSR
4. Economic Crisis & Financial Issues
We understand that there are N number of CSR Initiatives can be adopted focusing on human life cycles & Social Welfare. Few are listed as below:
We understand that there are N number of CSR Initiatives can be adopted for our planet & Environment.
How is technology transforming the world we live in? What are the latest trends showing up? From innovative technologies around the areas of bioengineering, robot-performed surgeries, or autonomous driving to blockchain and cryptocurrency disruptions and machine learning.
There seem to be no limits to what technology can accomplish. However, despite their benefits, when used with bad intentions or little judgment they can become a serious threat to our privacy, security, and well-being.
Technological Issues matters. Technology has tremendous potential to do both good and bad. How can we responsibly manage it? What are its dangerous and what lines should not we cross? There are many ways on which CSR Initiatives can be adopted. We invite corporates forming partnerships and breaking the silos.
In such a complex world, full of (fake) information, different environments, perspectives, goals, and ambitions -what economic and financial changes are most important? In a world of finite resources, should we start integrating growth and the GDP with the circular economy principles and looking at value creation from other perspectives?
How important are sustainable finance and impact investing to help businesses and governments make the transition to a fairer, more updated, and realistic economic model?
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