Investment in social causes will remain ironically inefficient unless social sector comes up with transparent ways to measure, monitor and report resource mobilization and impact. Corporate Social Responsibility has become an important fragment of social development framework and business performance, globally and especially in an Emerging Market like India where it’s a legal compliance matter also. The landscape has evolved quite dramatically since last year in terms of the policy itself and its communication/reporting space. Strategic implementation and communication can help all stakeholders to overcome these times of the pandemic and recession, it’s imperative for us to understand CSR’s measurement and reporting from a more future-focused and sustainable point of view.
Course Duration: 2 hours per day for 5 days combined
Live Interactions with Global Changemakers and Felicitation Ceremony
On enrolling in the course you get the access of the pre-reading material
All the classes are held on the online platform with break-out rooms.
Learn in the workshops and solve real-time problems.
Concepts of collecting data, analysing and presentation
Reporting frameworks and guidelines
Conceptualization ability to undertake an impact assessment
Planning for your organization in pandemic times
Skills to communicate change and social impact
CSR departments, NGOs, Social enterprises, Students with an inclination towards the social sector, Philanthropic Organisations, Start-ups, Consulting Firms and Academia
21st to 26th September 2020
Avail 20% Early Bird Discount till 5th September 2020
Course Fee - Rs. 9995
Dr. K. K. Upadhyay, an alumnus of Institute of Rural Management, Anand (IRMA), is a seasoned professional with over three decades of experience across government, not-for-profits and corporate.
He has pioneered several innovative successful models that exist in the development sector today; including Mother Dairy Fruits and Vegetable - “Safal”; an integrated rural water supply, sanitation project for 1000 villages and 10 towns in Rajasthan – “Aapni Yojana”; Bastar Integrated Development Project for Royal Danish Embassy and Health of the urban poor program for USAID/ PFI.
He has been an expert with Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, was on board of National Trust, Jan Sthirta Kosh, Global Compact Network. He has conducted and commissioned research studies for USAID, UNDP and IIED London. Dr. Upadhyay headed the FICCI Aditya Birla CSR Centre for Excellence. At present he is Director with Centre for Social Review (CSR).