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Indian government failed in fulfilling its promises: report
Dec 19, 2013 The report was released by Jagadananda, former Information Commissioner of East Indian state of Odisha.
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CSR needs to go beyond cheque writing: expert
Dec 03, 2013 Government needs the help of corporates and the civil society in reaching out to the deprived sections in a large country like India, said Dr Syeda Saiyidain Hameed, Member, Planning Commission.
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Indian labour minister offers to fund NGOs battle slavery
Oct 08, 2013 The Indian government is willing to provide financial assistance to NGOs working towards eradication of bonded labour, said Kodikunnil Suresh, Minister of state for Labour and Employment.
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A small nonprofit can be a global conversation: Heather Mansfield
Dec 27, 2012 Heather Mansfield is the owner of DIOSA Communications and author of Social Media for Social Good: A How-To Guide for Nonprofits. A pioneer in employing social media for the nonprofit sector, Heather shares her rich experience of using the Internet for fundraising, community-building, and advocacy with Ashok Kumar of OneWorld South Asia.
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Social media will increase donations for NGOs: expert
Dec 11, 2012 Indian NGOs pick up the fine aspects of social media and how this can leverage their work and create visibility in a networked world.
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Four non-profits win Google Impact Challenge awards
Nov 01, 2013 Global Impact awards support entrepreneurial non-profits using technology to tackle some of the world’s toughest problems.
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Constant goading, prodding can make governments work better: Pradeep Mehta
May 03, 2013 Pradeep S Mehta, founder Secretary General of the Jaipur-based Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS International), in an interview with OneWorld South Asia, says that governments should pursue the growth agenda to make the ‘cake of wealth’ bigger and then ensure that equity is fostered. Excerpts from the interview.
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India Inc urged to take CSR activities to rural regions
Nov 29, 2013 O P Rawat, Secretary, Department of Public Enterprises, said that sky was the limit for CSR projects in the field of social welfare.
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Accreditation makes NGOs trustworthy: experts
Sep 24, 2013 Experts representing different organizations from the civil society stressed on the need for rewarding accountability and transparency in the NGO sector.
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CSR activities should compete with government schemes: IIRD Director
Dec 05, 2013 In an interview with OneWorld South Asia, Dr L C Sharma, Director of Integrated Rural Development (IIRD), said that corporates should be convinced to invest in rural India.
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NGOs largely funded by govt under RTI: Indian apex court
Oct 10, 2013 The civil society organizations like NGOs funded substantially by the government are liable to reveal information under the transparency law, the Indian apex court said.
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Citizens have lost faith in the NGO sector: Meenu Chopra, iCONGO
May 08, 2014 Meenu Chopra, Co-founder of iCONGO, an Indian confederation of nonprofits, in an interview to OneWorld South Asia, said that citizens can do a lot to effect a positive change in the society without leaving the sector that employs them.
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Relief yet to reach Uttarakhand flood victims: NGOs
Jul 09, 2013 NGOs have alleged that there is huge gap between distribution of relief materials and the local population.
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Poonam Natrajan is new chairman of Credibility Alliance
Sep 24, 2013 Poonam Natrajan took over the chairmanship from Jagdananda, the outgoing Board chairman, during the annual general meeting of the Credibility Alliance.
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NGOs urged to learn to work with India Inc for CSR
Sep 25, 2013 Experts from the civil society and India Inc stress on the need for making the social sector attractive for youngsters by making it a remunerative sector.
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We train a hundred thousand Indian youth every year: Founder, Yuva Parivartan
Apr 22, 2013 Yuva Parivartan, an NGO working in the area of building skills of unemployed young people in India recently organised the ‘Third International Summit on Skill Development’ in New Delhi. The occasion provided for an exchange of thought on the subject of providing vocational training to millions of young people in India. Speaking to OneWorld South Asia, Kishor Kher, founder of Yuva Parivartan and President-Trustee of Kherwadi Social Welfare Association, spoke of the social and economic problems the country could face in the absence of any credible training to its youth population. Excerpts from the interview:
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