Category | Evolution of CSR

8 Reasons Why This Recession Isn’t All That Bad

One of the most resounding slogans heard during the last two years is ‘change’ but the idea of change and its importance as a process is not something novel. Heraclitus, the Greek philosopher said that no man ever steps into the same river twice, for it is not the same river and he is not […]

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Khuda Ki Basti-3: Solid Waste Composting Initiative

Khuda Ki Basti-3 (KKB-3), located in Qaiser Town, near Surjani Town in northern Karachi, is an innovative housing settlement pioneered by the NGO Saiban, as a model project to provide low-cost affordable legal housing to low-income residents of slums (kachi abadis) in Karachi. Previously building on the two other settlements in Hyderabad and Gharo, the […]

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Asian Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility 2009

This is Part 1 of a 2-Part write-up on AFCSR 2009, reviewing the CSR conference itself. Part 2, to appear in the January-February 2010 issue of tbl will look at CSR Awards in general and with reference to the Asian CSR Awards 2009, presented at the end of AFCSR 2009. Manila can hold its own […]

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What do the C’s do when they retire? The CEOs, COOs, CTOs, CIOs, CFOs, CSOs, CMOs and their other brethren missed out here. If the C is worth his or her salt, approaching retirement the C will already have done fairly well for himself or herself. Kids put through the best universities, even married off […]

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