The Indian Express – Corporate India is getting better but far from being truly inclusive

  New Delhi:  re corporate houses sensitive to vulnerable groups, local communities, sexual minorities and other stakeholders while going about their business? A collaboration of civil society organisations—Praxis, Oxfam India, Corporate Responsibility Watch, Change Alliance, and Partners in Change — will release the India Responsible Business Index (IRBI) on February 27, 2018. Titled “Making Growth Inclusive-2018”

Mint – Do companies walk the talk on investing in communities?

  New Delhi: Long before India’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) law took effect, community development remained at the centre of philanthropic work for many companies. The third edition of India Responsible Business Index (IRBI) 2017 report reveals that community development remains a significant thrust area for businesses for their social development projects. A closer evaluation, however,

The 3rd IRBF Conference 2018 Is Here

It is now widely recognized that the private sector is an important stakeholder in bringing equitable and sustainable growth. Its role in delivering the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is becoming increasingly critical. It is now clear that a ‘business as usual approach’ will not help us successfully achieve these ambitious development goals for India. The