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What is CSR ????????????????????????

For most of the visitors, CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility. In 2010, we thought that CSR was Corporate, Sustainability & Reputation.
But after 28.8.2013, we changed CSR to Conscience, Sustainability & Reputation.

CSR is larger & deeper than Corporate Social Responsibility. CSR stands for Conscience Sustainability Reputation.
So not just corporates but all individuals & organisations have social, health & climate responsibility. From Thane & India ,wafter 28.08.2013, we moved at global level. We share all stakeholders from all countries plus rivers, oceans, continents, world & universe .
In corporate folder, we will share views of Identity of corporate sector plus questions you have plus what Global Fortune 500 companies think of Sustainability, Environment, Philanthropy. In other stakeholder folders like NGOs, Government, Funding agencies, Media houses, celebrities, doctors, hospitals, police ... we will share Identity plus Qs you have plus 50 examples. We know all are not billionaires who take Giving Pledge. Average number of neurons in the brain 86 billion to 100 billion, so in money terms, most of us are not billionaires but in neurons in the brain, all living humans is 80 billion plus. (Its neurons and not Rupees, dollars, pounds, yen...). So NGO Founders and social workers, integrate your brain power with emotinal power to make this world a great place to live and leave. Remember
Weight of brain : 1300 to 1400 gms (Adult male : 1336 gram; Adult female 1198 gram) % brain of total body weight (150 pound human) = 2%
Weight of human heart : 200–450 gm Say approximately 300 gm. % Human heart of total body weight : 0.3% of the total mass
So social workers, please apply your brain several times before you invest your heart. Dont emotions take over you. Like Doctors cant be emotional while doing a surgery.

Every individual & institution in every country has Social, Health & Climate responsibility.
Money is required for every individual & institution for survival & sustainability.

Governments ask citizens to pay taxes, ask registration fees ... and that money is used for the country, its citizens, some money is used for the benefit of nature, climate, development of religious & historical locations .... but they have Social, Health & Climate responsibility.

NGOs / NPOs are not for profit organisations focussing on Social, Health & Climate responsibility but their sustainability is important.
Individuals & celebrities have Social, Health & Climate responsibility.

Corporates manufacture, service, have to pay taxes, have to take care of their employees, supply chain, shareholders, climate .... they are one of the biggest employment generators, but many citizens think that Social, Health & Climate responsibility is their main work. No, their main work is manufacture, service, consult, employ citizens, take care of supply chain, take financial care of their shareholders and yes, their employees, customers, clients, government officials are people and nature is climate they must be conscious of. So take care of them in the form of Social, Health & Climate responsibility.

Unfortunately people equate CSR to Corporate Social Responsibility so naturally they think that CSR is only for corporates, not NGOs, Funding agencies, Governments, Media, Celebs .. If they define CSR is Conscience, Sustainability & Reputation, then all individuals on this earth will come under CSR and all governments, for profits and not for profits employ people, so all organisations automatically come under CSR.

We think corporates have greater responsibility because they are profit makers but it is myopic to think that only they and not others have social responsibility.
Again, most of the corporates take care of the health of their employees, are working towards climate.
How many NGOs give money if their employees fall sick, how many NGOs have health policies. In India, it is said that there are 33 lakh (3.3 million) NGOs.
If we take 2 person per NGO, it means health of 6.6 millions will be taken care of by the NGOs with whom they work. Is it true.
We are a researh agency but this is not part of our research.
We also have worked with NGOs across India and most of them have no climate policies, not major HR policies .... so NGOs must learn from corporates about several things and again, we say that NGOs must use their thinking power to emotional power to work with and for social, health & climate issues.

One may say that CSR as Corporate social responsibility is the focus in case of corporates. We think it is myopic.
Just tell us if their is GSR (Government social responsibility) or NSR (Not for profit social responsibility)
(Yes, there is some amount of work that is done on ISR which is Individual social responsibility, but it is far far less).

CSR (Conscience, Sustainability & Reputation) means
every individual & institution must have is conscience.
every individual & institution must have is sustainability.
every individual & institution must have is reputation.
And we should not allow caste, religion, body colour, nationality to interfere in such a pure thing like conscience.

 

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