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From now to 31.03.2018
We plan a minimum of 3650 interviews on different social issues in different countries.
We plan to share these interviews free but they are shared
1) Social issuewise and
2) sustainability tree wise

Interview content members can search all interviews (all issues & countries).

Otherwise, country content members can access interviews of that country or issue content members can access interviews related to the issue of their membership.
If you want us to interview any one from any country, email details to editor
 
V V Lakshminarayana : 4 different questions
We are happy to share that V V Lakshminarayana has been declared as winner of "President's police medal" on January 26, 2017.
Amey Joshi on cancer situation, his experience with school mates...(Link from interview search) 
Dan Renner, Phillipines, on how to reduce fuel usage
Adam Friedman, USA: Sustainability is much more broad based and and much more specific.
John Knights, UK : Most have got good intellect and business skills, so that’s not what’s lacking.
Jonathon Porritt, UK : A company has many business partners along with whom it co-creates its products.
 
Interviews are about any of the following issues.
1) Programmes to address challenges for social issues 2) Priority of issues in countries 3) The status of the country in 2015, 2020, 2030 & 2050
4) How corporates identify NGOs for donation, employee volunteering, Pay roll giving agencies 5) How to work with the government
6) Succession planning steps 7) CSR issues like CSR in business processes, people & planet policies, reporting (not just annual reports but community reports, CSR reports..), sustainability tree top like purpose, vision, mission, sustainability tree roots like governance, transparency..., regulations & compliances, organisational environment, organisational health, stakeholder dialogue, signatory issues, systems & indices 8 ) Sustainability & reputation of products, programmes & institutions

Questions we will ask the leading NGO in that country :
Q1 What is status of the issue say autism or agriculture or child health or livelihood or skill development or drinking water (or whichever issue they are national leaders of the NGO/NPO) ?
Q2 What do you think will be the scenario of the issue is your country by 2020 ?
Q3 What do you think will be the scenario of the issue is your country by 2030 (the year of sustainabile development goals by UN)?
Q4 What do you think will be the scenario of the issue is your country by 2050 ?
Q5 Why you think funding is essential for the concerned issue ?
Q6 What type of volunteering can be done on the concerned issue (say skilled corporate leaders or housewives or senior citizens or children....) ?
Q7 How are you branding your issue ? (Many people see the brand of the things they buy or eat or stay in hotel... and they will be keen to know as to why they should invest time & money in the issue that you are leading)
Q8 How are you branding your organisation ? (So that your organisation gets more money to take care of present beneficiery audience or scaleup operations or get right kind of volunteers)
Q9 What are your organisation's succession planning steps ?
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Questions we will ask NGO leaders / professionals who are working on the issue may be at county (not country) level or in case of India at state / UT / district level
Pleaes note that in our sample country India, we are taking interviews of NGOs working at State / UT & district level :
Q1 What is your location and which social issue you are addressing ?
Q2 What programme do you have to address the issue ?
Q3 Who is funding the progrmme at present ? And do you want more funds to scale up the operations ?
Q4 What type of volunteers you have & which type of volunteers you seek ?
Q5 What is the sustainability of your programme ?
Q6 What is the sustainability of your organisation ?
Q7 How are you branding your organisation ? And does it help get more funds ?
Q 8 What are your organisation's succession planning steps
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Questions we will ask Corporate Sustainability or Corporate Social Responsibility leaders :
Q1 What is your focus on philanthropy ?
Q2 If your parent organisation is an MNC (Multi national corporation), does the focus change countrywise or it is same across the world and in both the cases, the additional question is why ?
Q3 What programmes do you have to address the issue, the additional question is ; is the programme at national level or at locality where you have factory or office, so that your employees or supply chain or service agencies can volunteer with the NGO / NPO you are supporting ?
Q4 What type of volunteering you want your employees or supply chain or service agencies to do ? Is is competency based or skill based on one day event or changing habit based ?
Q5 Is your financial funding enough to support the organisation (either at national level or at local level) or are you looking at more corporates / funding agencies / philanthropists to support the issue as donor partner of the NGO/ NPO ?
Q6 What is the sustainability of your financial donation programme ?
Q7 What is the sustainability of your volunteering programme or it is just a one or two year volunteering event or it is just used for your brand advertising ?
Q8 Do you think film stars or singers or sports stars or any type of celebrities should campaign for the issue or orgnisation you support ? And if yes, how & why ?
Q9 How you measure the impact of your financial donation ?
Q10 How you measure the impact of your employee volunteering ?
Q11 Do you have a team which monitors impact of your financial donation or you work with service providers who look at the impact ?
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Questions we will ask leaders of foundations or funding agencies or organisations formed by philanthropist :
Q1 What is your focus of your financial donation ?
Q2 If your funding agency is supporting more than one country, then does the focus change countrywise or it is same across the world and in both the cases, the additional question is why ?
Q3 What type of volunteering you want your employees to do ? Is is competency based or skill based on one day event or changing habit based ?
Q4 Is your financial funding enough to support the organisation (either at national level or at local level) or are you looking at more corporates / funding agencies / philanthropists to support the issue as donor partner of the NGO/ NPO ?
Q5 What is the sustainability of your financial donation programme ?
Q6 Do you think film stars or singers or sports stars or any type of celebrities should campaign for the issue or orgnisation you support ? And if yes, how & why ?
Q7 How you measure the impact of your financial donation ?
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Questions we will ask leaders from advertising agencies or PR agencies :
Q1 Why you think the corporates or funding agencies should promote the issue they support ? The additional question is : Do you think that only financial supporting to the issue or organisation should be their focus ?
Q2 Why you think that NGOs/NPOs should promote their organisation or their issue ?
Q3 Do you have core competencies in your creative or PR team to handle the corporate, funding agency or NGO at national level ?
Q4What do you think should be the minimum number of years they should do advertising or PR for their organisation either at national or a local level ?
Q5 Do you think film stars or singers or sports stars or any type of celebrities should be used in the campaigns or you want the employees to work as campaigners or do you want beneficieries in the advertising / PR campaigns ? If you are suggesting celebrities, then mention the celebrity impact ?
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We share communities from Thane as an example. These vary from below the poverty line people or women who sell vegetables for earning of the family or experts in collecting signatures of nobel peach prize winners or people with hobbies like Amateur radio (also called ham radio) ....

 
 

1) Anyone can take this banner space and link it to their site or a particular page.
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5) As of now, the above banner is only a sample banner with link to our focus number 1, social issues.