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About CSRidentity.com

What is CSRidentity.com ?
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.
Every individual & institution in every country has social responsibility. Why think and cover only Corporate Social Responsibility ?

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.

So in addition to 10 000 corporates we share 200 000 NGOs, 5000 funding agencies, 200+ governments, political parties, police officials, doctors, hospitals, lawyers, law ministries... and brand enhancers like ad agencies & PR agencies in 258 countries & islands... We know that celebrities have a new role of social responsibility and we must share various types of celebs plus add new celebs like social workers, CSR people in corporate sector, journalists, rivers, scientists, religious location, historical locations ... and from 28.7.2017, plan to start calling volunteers and retail donors as celebs and share their name countrywise.

We will interview various individuals and institutions on what they think is the identity of each institution. Like the identity of corporate sector (not any individual corporate) is asked not only to corporates but their customers, clients, supply chain ...similarly identity of NGO sector (not individual NGOs)..........

The first thing all must question themself is the purpose of their life.
Is it for self or for universal society which covers humans, other living beings and other non living beings.
If it is only self, we repeat only for self, then visit CSRidentity.com a few times and you will change your view.
If you doesnt change your view by visiting 3 times, dont visit CSRidentity.com unless you wish to.

We also feel that each stakeholder has to be
1) sustainable to help more communities & integrate programme sustainability with institutional, national & universal sustainability.
2) reputed so that one gets the right donation & volunteers to further enhance the scope of work.

CSR thus is for Conscience, Sustainability, Reputation and has 60 plus stakeholders including the community.

Identity
stands for self, cultural, national, global & universal identity and it is certainly not just the logo as many people define it.

We are a global research and partnership site and we thought of a dream of universal development by year 2050. But then we realised that there will be new challenges by 2050, 2100, 2150 .... so universal development is a process and is never ending. So now there is no year of universal development.

What we cover in CSRidentity.com ?
We have two focus areas.
1) Social, developmental & sustainability tree issues
2) 258 countries {193 UN member countries, 63 Non UN countries & 2 special administrative zones (HongKong & Macau)}
7 continents, 5 oceans, 1 world & 1 universe.
We know that Middle east is not legally a continent but we feel that it is important for universal development and hence we may decide to share it as a eparate area.

With time, the number of countries, regions may increase or decrease and we will share it with related news within few working days.

We share awards, helplines, seminars, conferences, governments, corporates, NGOs, FAs, media, celebrities , ad / PR agencies, consultants & researchers.......
We also share various UN organisations and worldwide UN observances.
We cover India, Indian government schemes, 36 States & UTs & 677 + districts in India and treat Thane is our global example. We share how Indian members of parliament service their constituency with Mr Rajan Vichare, MP from our constituency in Thane as our example. (There are 3 MPs from Thane - Thane was the biggest district in India till August 14, 2014 and on 15 August 2014, Thane district was divided into Thane & Palghar districts)

Our content membership is our sustainability tool and covers Country as well as Global content membership on any specific issues, countries, stakeholders...

We realised that we should not limit ourselves to corporates. Governments, NGOs /NPOs, Soc businesses, Soc. Entrepreneurs, Funding Agencies, Philanthropists, Media, Celebrities, Developmental celebs, Film celebrities, Sports celebrities .. must do certain things and must avoid certain things in their behaviour, governance, HR policies, business processes (for profit or not for profit)... We may or may not exist in 2020, 2030, 2050 but we must ensure that we leave this world with something where the world & the universe is a better living place.

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Why we share funding proposals of others in CSRidentity.com ?
We know that for universal development, we need lot of money. More than 1 billion people live with just 1 dollar a day and now there is an issue of migration, so this number may change everyday. After 28.08.2013, we decided that millions of individuals & institutions are helping communities and we must promote them. So, one way is to share thousands of funding proposals across the world by March 2019.

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What is new areas we plan to cover in CSRidentity.com ?
There are two such issues.
1) Sustainability tree : We have shared sustainability tree branches & leaves and plan to share at least one example of each sustainability tree branch & its leaves by March 2018.
2) We have started covering CSR in industries and plan to cover one example in industry by March 2017. Of course, we have covered few industries and we may increase industries based on our research with stakeholders.

Instead of just one search engine like google, why we share so many things on the first page ?
See its like a menu card in a big hotel which serves all kinds of food. First time visitors to the hotel should know what is there that I can eat and then decide how much & what to eat. Regular hotel visitors know what they want to eat, so regular visitors to CSRidentity.com know what they want to see and will go their.

Why visit CSRidentity.com when we can see everything through Google or see it on wikipedia or facebook, youtube, linked in ?
Go to Google.com and then you see the search engine. Pur anythin and search and you get it.
We are too small compared to Google.com but on CSRidentity.com wou will see philanthropic & service angle in case of doctors. Or CSR in business process, CSR people & planet policies .... So while we know we are too small, we know our focus area and if our focus matches your need, then visiting CSRidentity.com is far better. e.g. Google Thane and you will see about 4,38,00,000 results (as of 7th November 2017 at 13.11 Hrs India time. But visit Thane on CSRidentity.com and directly you will see Thane MPs, corporates, NGOs, funding agencies, philanthropists, media, celebrities...... (Yes we will share substantial information by 28.3.2018)

See its like a menu card in a big hotel which serves all kinds of food. First time visitors to the hotel should know what is there that I can eat and then decide how much & what

How to surf CSRidentity.com
Do use dropdowns to surf the interviews, governments, media, NGOs/NPOs, corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists. You can surf how celebrities promote issues or do campaigns for them so that millions who follow them understand the social & developmental issues. You can see the offline (as of now India) & online (200+ countries in ths world) services we provide.

How to benefit from CSRidentity.com
Share your programmes, initiatives like capacity building, training, seminars, conferences, awards you give on the social, developmental sector as well as CSR issues, your career opportunities, your funding proposals (We have started a new section on Funding Proposal by all stakeholders. We plan 5000 proposals in 2015-16). Sharing this with us is free but funds are required for travel, interviews (excperts, communities), sending mails to millions of individuals, infrastructrue, technology, global promotion. So we offer access to what is shared with us for a nominal content membership fee which if compared to benefits is absolutely minimal. We do not take philanthropic funding for us because citizens & nature in the world needs this funding. Our content membership is our sustainability tool.
So share your programmes with Sanjay@CSRidentity.com

CSRidentity.com
We are a social enterprise and that is why we are CSRidentity.com
CSR is Conscience, Sustainability, Reputation.
Identity is self, cultural, national, global & universal identity.
We are a social enterprise.

CSR for not just for corporates but for all individuals and institutions
Initially, we equated CSR as corporate social responsibility. But soon we realised that not just corporates but every stakeholder like governments, NGOs/NPOs, funding agencies, philanthropists, celebrities...and all individuals whether they are children, youth, women, men or senior citizens must be sustainable & more importantly reputed.
What is key is conscience of all the individuals and institutions.

Our present & future plans
From now to March 2017, we plan to cover 4000 Media, 150 000 NGOs, 10 000 corporates, 1 000 Funding agencies, 1500 Philanthropists, 500 CSR Consultants, 500 Developmental Consultants, 500 Researchers, 200 Helplines, 200 pledges, 500 Business Associations, 500 Developmental associations, 4000 Ad agencies, 1500 PR Agencies, 200 sports clubs, 1000 Social Work Institutes, 1000 MBA Institutes, Legal Institutes, Medical Institutes, 200 Award Giving Institutes, 300 Film producers / directors, 200 Film writers, 1500 Famous celebrities, 1000 Developmental celebrities, 2500 Speakers, 500 Lawyers.

We plan to interview 5000 experts, consultants, researchers & field workers from all stakeholder groups like governmens, NGOs, donors.

Social work institutes is ok but why legal, MBA & medical institutes?
Everyone expects social work institutes coverage from us.

We want new MBA students to know how they have to be positive in business processes, people & planet policies.... so we cover MBA institutes.

We know law is a profession but we plan to share lawyers which work for the senior citizens, disabled, poor, women, HIV citizens and others and the best way is to share this with future lawyers..

Finally (and infact it is the first, last and future step of humans), we cover medical institutes because we want to share with the world that "Health is wealth".

We plan to share the programmes of all stakeholders like government, NGOs/NPOs, corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists....and also researchers, consultants, celebrities, ad agencies, PR agencies which cover these issues either as donor or researcher / consultant or as campaigners.

Why global and not focus on just one country or one issue
Instead of working for one village or one community or one country, we must enhance the great work millions are doing in different countries. In this case, we must share a global picture of challenges & solutions.

Why Identity and why .com
Identity plays a significant role in the way an organization presents itself to both internal and external stakeholders and it is important that the identity of every stakeholder is taken care of. We are a social enterprise and that's why .com

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