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The Confederation of Indian Industry is organizing the National Summit on CSR – Partnering the National Agenda on 29 April 2015 at New Delhi.The National CSR Summit is an annual CII flagship event to create a strong, sustainable CSR movement that seeks to address the crucial issues to generate ideas on matters relating to CSR.
The 2015 edition is being held in the backdrop of the increasingly significant role the private sector has been playing and can play in promoting equitable development in India. The Hon’ble Prime Minister, in his Independence Day address, had also urged the corporate sector to come forward, partner and contribute to India’s social development in some key areas.
The summit will focus attention on the key national priorities and programmes that the Government has articulated and how India Inc can partner through their CSR interventions. In addition, as we complete one year of the CSR Mandate, this will be the right time to take stock and calibrate the CSR efforts to make it more effective and impactful.
I am pleased to share that Mr Pranab Mukherjee, Hon’ble President of India has kindly agreed to deliver the Inaugural Address.(No registration fee applicable for attending only Inaugural session)
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• The changing caste-based relations in rural and urban areas: changing identities; social relations; caste inequality and discrimination in the context of urbanization, migration, political participation, access to education and employment.
• Atrocities and Dalit activism: forms of atrocities, histories of Dalit activism and their impact on the large society.
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