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Organizations in India

  • ABB Ltd. – India
  • Aditya Cement
  • AI Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.
  • AIMA – All India Management Association
  • Ambadi Enterprises Limited
  • Ambattur Clothing Limited
  • Ammen Mills
  • Anisa Carpets Ltd.
  • Aroma Clothing
  • Arora Fashions Ltd. Tirupur Arora Textile Process (P) Ltd.
  • Artificial Limbs Manufacturing Corp of India
  • Asian Group of Companies
  • Atlantic Fabrics
  • Aviram Knitters
  • B.K.S. Textile Private Limited
  • B.N.T Connections Impex Limited
  • Badarpur Thermal Power Station
  • Balmer Lawrie Group of companies
  • BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED (BHEL)
  • Bholanath International Limited
  • Bihar Caustic & Chemicals Ltd.
  • Binani Zinc Ltd
  • BIOCON
  • Biore India Ltd.
  • Birdy Exports Pvt Ltd
  • Birla Ngk Insulators Private Limited
  • Birla Super Cement
  • Birla Tyres
  • Bush Foods
  • Canimaara Garments Canimara Exports
  • CCZ International
  • Celebrity Fashions Limited
  • Central Warehousing Corporation
  • Charankattu Coir Mfg. Co (P) Ltd.
  • Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited
  • Chinar Forge Limited
  • City of Jamshedpur
  • Classic Knits
  • CMC Limited
  • Comat Technologies (Private) Ltd.
  • Confederation of Indian Industry
  • Construction Industry Development Council
  • Consultancy Development Centre,
  • Continental Home Furnishings
  • Dawar Footwear Industries
  • Dee Cee Exports
  • Dee Cee Exports Unit 11
  • Divgi Warner Private Limited
  • DSM Soft Pvt Ltd.
  • Dynamic Fashions Pvt. Ltd.
  • Eastman Apparels (P) Limited
  • eMR Technology Ventures Pvt. Ltd.
  • Engineers India Limited
  • Esstee Exports
  • Esvee Knittings
  • Eurotex Industries and Exports Limited
  • Fashion Club Global
  • Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
  • Fina Art International Private Ltd.
  • First Garment Manufacturing Company (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Forward Leather Company, Forward Group
  • Gee Home Fashions
  • Geethalaya Exports
  • Geeyes Clothing Pvt. Ltd.
  • Glassy Garments
  • Glaxosmithkline Consumer Healthcare Limited
  • Global Calcium Pvt Ltd
  • Global Gandhian Trusteeship and Corporate Responsibility Foundation
  • Global Synergetic Organisation
  • GOK Industrie (India) Pvt. Ltd
  • Gokaldas Exports Group of Companies
  • Golden Sun Industries
  • Goodwill Enterprises
  • Grasim Cement
  • Grasim Industries Limited
  • Grasim Industries Limited – Staple Fibre Division
  • Grasim Industries Ltd. (Chemical Divison)
  • Great India Mills
  • Greenstar International Pvt Ltd.
  • Grey Field
  • GUPTA OVERSEAS
  • Hero Sycles Ltd
  • Heubach Colour Pvt. Ltd.
  • Hi-Tech Fabrica
  • Hindalco Industries Ltd
  • Hindustan Lever Limited
  • Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited
  • Hindustan Textiles
  • Hindustan Zinc Limited
  • Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd. (HUDCO)
  • Housing Development Finance Corporation
  • HSCC Hospital Services Consultancy Corp. Ltd.
  • I.A. Leather (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Indian Aluminium Company Ltd
  • Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative
  • Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
  • Indian Rayon & Industries Ltd. (Jayashree Textiles)
  • Indian Rayon and Industries Ltd. Caustic Soda Division
  • Indian Society for Training and Development
  • Indo Gulf Fertilisers Ltd.
  • Infosys Technologies Ltd.
  • International Tobacco Company
  • Intimate Clothing PVT. LTD.
  • ITC Filtrona Limited
  • ITC Limited – ILTD Division
  • ITC Limited India Tobacco Division
  • J. K. White Cement Works
  • Jamuna Impex
  • Jaya Shree Insulators (Birla Ngk Insulators Private Limited)
  • Jayashree Textiles
  • JSP Textiles Private Limited
  • K. M. KNITWEAR
  • K.P.R. Mill Pvt. Ltd.
  • Kajaria Ceramics Ltd.
  • Karam Udyog
  • Karur Goldline Exports Private Ltd.
  • Kaytee Corporation Private Ltd. AYTEE CORPORATION PRIVATE LIMITED
  • Khetan Knitwears Pvt. Ltd.
  • Kings International Limited
  • Konkan Railway Corporation Ltd.
  • Krishak Bharati Cooperative Limited
  • Laurels Clothings
  • Le Shark Exports Pvt. Ltd. – Unit I
  • Linea Fashions (India) Private Limited
  • Lutz and Company
  • M.M.Naina Exports (P) Ltd
  • M/s. Sarve Parkash & Co.,
  • Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
  • Manipal Apparels Private Limited
  • Manusho-Uthan
  • Maral Overseas Limited
  • Maruthi Garments
  • Maxican Export
  • MGK Impex Pvt., Ltd.
  • Midway Clothing Company
  • Mirza International Limited
  • Mishra Dhatu Nigam Ltd.
  • National Buildings Construction Corporation Ltd.
  • National Educational Research and Development Programme
  • National Mineral Development Corporation Ltd.
  • National Research Development Corporation
  • National Thermal Power Corporation – Anta
  • National Thermal Power Corporation – Auraiya
  • National Thermal Power Corporation Limited Simhadri Thermal Power Project
  • National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd-Ramagundam
  • Natural Textiles Limited (Member of Calida Group, Switzerland)
  • Nelco Limited
  • Network Clothing Company (P) Ltd.- Unit I
  • North Delhi Power Limited
  • NPTI- National Power Training Institute



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    CSR NEWS: India

    Mon, 23 Nov 2015 20:32:44 +0000
    Allianz-Chefinvestor Andreas Gruber kĂŒndigt Ausstieg aus der Kohle an

    Im Interview mit dem ZDF-Magazin "Frontal 21" kĂŒndigte Andreas Gruber, Chefinvestor der Allianz-Versicherung den Ausstieg aus der Kohle an. „Wir werden nicht mehr in Bergbau -und Energieunternehmen investieren, die mehr als 30 Prozent ihres Umsatzes beziehungsweise ihrer Energieerzeugung aus Kohle generieren. Der Abbau wird ĂŒber die nĂ€chsten sechs Monate per Aktien erfolgen, bei festverzinslichen Anlagen werden wir keine VerkĂ€ufe tĂ€tigen, aber wir werden unsere bestehenden Investments auslaufen lassen“, so Gruber. Die Allianz ist der grĂ¶ĂŸte Versicherer der Welt und einer der fĂŒnf grĂ¶ĂŸten Finanzinvestoren weltweit.
    Wed, 12 Aug 2015 07:42:16 +0000
    Indiens Regierung fordert millionenschweren Schadenersatz von Nestlé

    Nach dem Skandal um mutmaßlich bedenkliche Maggi-Nudeln in Indien fordert die dortige Regierung Schadenersatz in Millionenhöhe vom Schweizer Lebensmittelriesen NestlĂ©. Ein Vertreter des Verbraucherschutzministeriums sagte der Nachrichtenagentur AFP am Mittwoch, die Regierung habe wegen "unfairer Handelspraktiken" ein Verfahren bei der zustĂ€ndigen Nationalen Kommission zur Beilegung von Verbraucherstreitigkeiten eingeleitet.
    Thu, 02 Jul 2015 06:10:16 +0000
    Wirtschaftliche Potentiale, soziale Probleme und staatliche Regulierungen: CSR in Indien heute

    Das riesige Land Indien erstreckt sich mit ĂŒber einer Milliarde Einwohnern ĂŒber viele Klimazonen. Es umfasst hunderte Sprachen und Kulturen mit vielen Religionen und einer mehrere Tausend Jahre alten Geschichte. Seit seiner politischen UnabhĂ€ngigkeit im Jahr 1947 ist das Land die grĂ¶ĂŸte Demokratie der Welt. Im Gegensatz zu seinem nördlichen Konkurrenten China ist Indien noch immer ein schlafender Riese, obwohl das Land im Jahr 2016 nach SchĂ€tzungen die am stĂ€rksten wachsende Volkswirtschaft der Welt sein soll. Doch die wirtschaftlichen Potenziale des Landes sind ebenso gigantisch wie die sozialen Probleme, deren Lösung aussteht.
    Fri, 19 Sep 2014 09:44:33 +0000
    Delivering Tomorrow: Deutsche Post DHL prÀsentiert Stakeholder-Management-Studie

    FĂŒr den nachhaltigen Unternehmenserfolg ist eine „ganzheitliche UnternehmensfĂŒhrung erforderlich, die per se auf den Dialog mit relevanten Anspruchsgruppen setzt“. Diese Ansicht vertrat der Direktor Konzernkommunikation und Unternehmensverantwortung von Deutsche Post DHL, Prof. Christof Ehrhart, am Mittwoch bei der Vorstellung einer Studie zum Stakeholder-Management an der UniversitĂ€t St.Gallen.
    Fri, 06 Jun 2014 17:43:04 +0000
    Bribery: Ethical Failure and Competitive Failure

    Last week saw the sentencing of Nazir Karigar to 3 years in jail, under Canada’s Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act. This week, the RCMP have charged two Americans and one British businessman, demonstrating the force’s willingness to extend its reach to non-Canadians in its efforts to combat corruption. The three, all working with one […]
    Wed, 28 May 2014 18:14:06 +0000
    Nazir Karigar’s prison sentence shows Canada is finally taking steps on foreign bribery

    Canadian businessman Nazir Karigar is going to jail. This a small but important victory for citizens of developing nations across the globe. Karigar’s been sentenced to do three years in prison for his role in a conspiracy (dating back to 2005) that tried — but failed — to land a $100-million contract to provide security […]
    Thu, 22 May 2014 12:59:02 +0000
    HV bei der Deutschen Bank: „Wir wollen eine anstĂ€ndige Bank sein“

    Das Ergebnis ist mager, der Ärger ist groß. Heute mĂŒssen sich Vorstand und Aufsichtsrat der Deutschen Bank ihren AktionĂ€ren stellen. Die dĂŒrfen unter anderem abstimmen ĂŒber weiterhin hohe Bonifikationen und mehrere AntrĂ€ge auf Nichtentlastung des Vorstands. Aber auch außerhalb des eigenen AktionĂ€rskreises wird die Bank mit zahlreichen Problemen konfrontiert.
    Wed, 16 Apr 2014 07:26:45 +0000
    Don Bosco expandiert in Indien: Berufliche Bildung im Kampf gegen Armut

    Genug menschenwĂŒrdige ArbeitsplĂ€tze fĂŒr junge Menschen zu schaffen, stellt eine der grĂ¶ĂŸten Herausforderungen weltweit dar. Noch immer versperren Armut und der fehlende Zugang zu Bildung Millionen jungen Menschen in Indien den Weg zu einem zukunftsfĂ€higen Arbeitsplatz. Wenngleich sich der Schulbesuch im Land mit der grĂ¶ĂŸten Jugendpopulation weltweit in den letzten Jahren entscheidend verbessert hat, so ist trotz aller Anstrengungen die Umsetzung des Rechts auf Bildung ĂŒber den Status der Grundschulbildung nicht weit hinausgekommen. Hört das Recht auf Bildung nach der Grundschule auf?
    Thu, 27 Feb 2014 21:24:50 +0000
    Sometimes safety regulations hurt the poor more than they help them

    Sometimes regulations aimed at helping the poor end up hurting them. That doesn’t mean we should eschew regulation, but it does imply reason for caution. Housing provides one example. The Portland Tribune recently carried an interesting piece on the way that building codes and other regulations keep the price of housing high, and reduce the […]
    Mon, 03 Feb 2014 17:23:44 +0000
    MARKS & SPENCER cooperates with CSR Company International

    CSR Company International takes the lead in implementing MARKS & SPENCER’s Sustainability Management Framework Project. ISO 26000 is their tool of choice to achieve the goals for sustainable supply chain management as set in Plan A.
    Sun, 12 Jan 2014 21:08:00 +0000
    Kleiner indischer Stamm siegt gegen Bergbaukonzern

    Neu Delhi (afp) – Im jahrzehntelangen Streit um die Ausbeutung eines Bauxit-Vorkommens im Osten Indiens hat sich ein kleiner Stamm gegen den britischen Bergbaukonzern Vedanta durchgesetzt. Das Umweltministerium habe die PlĂ€ne zur Förderung des Rohstoffs endgĂŒltig gestoppt, berichteten örtliche Medien am Samstag. Die Einwohner der angrenzenden Ortschaften hĂ€tten sich einstimmig gegen die BergbauaktivitĂ€ten ausgesprochen, hieß […]
    Thu, 02 Jan 2014 15:39:00 +0000
    Top 10 corporate responsibility stories of 2013

    Plus ça change in corporate responsibility. If nothing else, 2013 provided ample evidence that, contrary to popular belief, corporate responsibility issues, even the huge stories that dominate the media, do not exactly come out of nowhere. So many of the top CR stories of the year, like the Rana Plaza disaster, Apple's tax problems, and JP Morgan's huge fine, were already prefaced by the big stories of the previous year. Among our top 10 of 2012 were a Bangladesh factory fire, corporate tax avoidance, criticism of tech companies, and prosecutions in the financial sector. So the writing was already on the wall for most of the big stories of 2013. It would appear, as Ethical Corporation editor Toby Webb said recently, that with all the excitement about new opportunities and win-wins, companies are underestimating the importance of sound ethical risk management in the corporate responsibility equation. So, if you want to know what CR risks lie ahead for 2014, you could do worse than checking through our list of the big stories of 2013.

    1. Rana Plaza building collapse
    Back in April 2013, more than 1100 people, mostly garment workers, died when the Rana Plaza building collapsed near Dhaka in Bangladesh. It was probably the single worst garment factory disaster yet, in an industry that has suffered more than its fair share of needless fatalities. But Bangladesh had already seen a series of major industrial accidents leading up to Rana Plaza, which had been met with little tangible response from business and government leaders. Rana Plaza looks to have at last changed that. The Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh, signed by nearly 100 global retailers, as well as labour unions and NGOs is a legally binding agreement to ensure worker safety through independent factory inspections, mandatory repairs, financial support, and sanctions for noncompliance. More than 2m vulnerable Bangladeshi garment workers are already covered by the Accord. A competing agreement, signed by Walmart, Gap, Target and other North American companies was criticized for having weaker enforcement and failing to involve labor unions. Nonetheless, both pacts are evidence that factory safety in Bangladesh is finally getting the concerted attention it deserves.

    2. Apple's tax avoidance
    Corporate tax avoidance had been a growing story in the UK and elsewhere prior to 2013, as evidenced by our top stories listing of 2012. But the issue exploded onto the public consciousness when Apple's CEO Tim Cook was forced to testify to a Senate committee in Washington back in May of this year. The company had avoided paying literally billions of dollars in tax by exploiting various loopholes in international tax treaties and funnelling its European profits through a shell company in Ireland. All completely legal, of course, but hardly what the public expects of a good corporate citizen. Now that attention to corporate tax avoidance has gone global, and with inequality and government debt the two biggest global risks today, the obvious questions are which country will be next in taking aim and which company will be in the firing line? Corporate tax reform is also undoubtedly going to loom even larger in the coming year.

    3. NSA spying
    Without doubt, Edward Snowden's whistleblowing on the US National Security Agency's (NSA) mass surveillance programs was the story of 2013. Nothing else even got close. However, the corporate responsibility dimensions still remain somewhat murky, which is why it doesn't quite make it to the top of our list. We do know, however, that telecoms companies like Verizon are required to hand over all call records  (or "metadata") to the NSA about cell phone calls made in the US. We also know that none of these companies ever sought to challenge the legality of the action. Another revelation was that the secret PRISM spying program allows the NSA to tap into the servers of internet companies like Google and Microsoft to access customer data. We also know that NSA pays millions of dollars to these same companies. We do not yet know exactly how complicit tech companies have been in the whole mess but one thing for sure is that they now realize that the NSA spying story is undermining their customers' trust and are calling for government reform. Expect much more to come in 2014.

    4. JP Morgan's $13bn misconduct settlement
    Our annual list of major corporate responsibility stories would not be complete without an entry from the finance industry. As we predicted at the beginning of the year, 2013 was marked by the return of government and some major financial sector scalps. None of these was bigger than the whopping $13bn fine landed on JP Morgan for misleading investors in the same of mortgage backed securities in the lead-up to the financial crisis. To date, it is the settlement ever between the US government and a corporation, and will come as some (though probably not enough) relief to those who have viewed most of the finance sector giants as getting away with the crisis relatively unscathed. On the other hand, JP Morgan is probably pretty sore about catching the flack for misconduct that was less about their own practices and more down to firms like Bear Stearns that they were encouraged by the US government to acquire at the height of the meltdown. No one comes out of this looking good.

    5. Europe's horse meat scandal
    At the beginning of the year, the big news was all about horse meat turning up in products it wasn't supposed to be in. Like those clearly labelled as "beef". The scandal started in the UK, quickly spread to a suspect supplier in Ireland, and soon rocked much of Europe. Customer trust rapidly evaporated as it became clear that effective oversight of the food industry was sorely lacking. Companies acted quickly to withdraw potentially contaminated products and shore up confidence but further revelations of large scale criminal activity in the food supply chain will do little to restore trust in a thoroughly compromised industry.

    6. India's new CSR law
    The world's largest democracy now has the world's most extensive CSR legislation. But that is not necessarily a good thing. Under the new Companies Act, passed by the Indian Parliament in August 2013, large Indian companies must spend at least 2 per cent of their net profits on CSR each year from 2014 onwards. It also requires firms to set up a CSR board committee and institute a CSR policy. The new CSR legislation has met with a mixed reaction, especially as it seems to institutionalize a somewhat backward looking approach to CSR which emphasizes philanthropic giving whilst ignoring the core strategic business of the firm. It will also be incredibly hard to enforce in a country already hamstrung by an overburdened legal system. On the plus side, the legislation does force many of India's laggard companies to finally take some responsibility for the various social problems faced by the country's citizens. For better or worse, CSR is no longer something that can be ignored in India.

    7. Chevron's Ecuador pollution case
    It has been a big year for Chevron and Ecuador in their long-running, aggressively-fought pollution case. In November, the Ecuadorean high court made its long-awaited appeal decision which upheld the original 2011 judgement requiring Chevron to pay $9bn to compensate for contaminating the rainforest during crude oil extraction over two decades ago. Chevron has never operated in Ecuador but inherited the lawsuit and its toxic legacy when it took over Texaco, the original operator, in 2001. For its part Chevron continues to dispute the legality of the ruling and has refused to pay. The appeal was at least partially successful for Chevron by halving the original $18bn damages bill, but not in overturning the decision. Chevron is now awaiting the outcome of a counter-suit heard last month in the US against the plaintiff's main lawyer, who the company claims engaged in bribery and fraud to secure the conviction. Meanwhile, attempts by the plaintiffs to seize Chevron's assets overseas to pay the fine also had their ups and downs in 2013. For example, Canada first denied them the rights of enforcement in May, only for a judge to overturn the decision on appeal in December. Other actions are underway in Brazil and Argentina. This has fast turned into a test not only of the Ecuadorean legal system, but of the global legal system's appetite to prosecute international legacy corporate responsibility issues.

    8. Rosia Montana mining protests 
    2013 saw major protests against mining operations all over the world, including Australia, Canada, Columbia, Greece, Niger, Peru, even Tibet. But the biggest of the lot was probably in Romania, which saw a mass protest movement arise in response to plans to mine around the town of Rosia Montana. If approved, it would be Europe's largest gold mine but critics claim that it would inflict untold social, environmental and cultural damage. Mass street protests erupted after the government proposed a new law that would enable the Rosia Montana Gold Corporation (majority owned by the Canadian mining company Gabriel Resources) to finally start operations after years of failing to acquire the necessary environmental permits. At stake here then is not just the proposed mine but the legitimacy of the democratic process, which protesters feel has been fatally undermined by the hastily forced through legislation. As one protester put it: "People today confront a corrupted political class backed up by a corporation and a sold out media; and they ask for an improved democratic process, for adding a participatory democracy dimension to traditional democratic mechanisms."

     9. New UN Global Compact 100 Index
    There were several entrants to the new corporate responsibility standards and guidelines category in 2013, with the G4 guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative probably being the most talked about. But September's launch of the Global Compact's new stock market index, the Global Compact 100, for us represented the most significant development. First, as John Entine noted, it offered a welcome new development in a social investing field "hungry for innovation and dogged by ideological correctness". But more than that it showed just how far the UN was willing to push the needle on its voluntary approach to corporate responsibility that heavily prioritizes incentives rather than enforcement. While many are still criticizing the Global Compact for not having sharp enough teeth to weed out laggards and green washers, the new index makes it abundantly clear that the UNGC is moving in a very different direction. Ten years ago it would still have been unthinkable, but the reality is that the UN is no longer just in the business of accords, declarations, and principles but is now also firmly in the finance industry.

    10. South Korea's nuclear corruption scandal
    GSK's corruption scandal in China may have got most of the headlines, but in our book, the corruption scandal that has engulfed South Korea's nuclear industry this year tops it for potential impact. Two short years after Japan's Fukishima disaster, neighbouring South Korea is also facing a devastating loss of confidence in its nuclear industry which supplies about a third of the country's energy needs. The scandal has centred on a swathe of faked safety certificates that have been issued for critical nuclear reactor parts over the years, and the bribes that have allegedly been paid to look the other way. Most commentators pin the blame on the closed structure of the nuclear industry in South Korea with only a single national operator and close ties between the operator, suppliers and testing companies. The prime minister has likened the industry to the mafia. A number of reactors have been shut down, trust in the industry has plummeted, a national energy shortage is underway, and now some 100 officials have been indicted for their part in the scandal. Corruption that compromises the safety of the nuclear industry is probably about as bad as it gets. And its unclear yet whether South Korea can really turn this one around.

    Photo by rijans. Reproduced under Creative Commons licence



    Tue, 17 Dec 2013 22:10:18 +0000
    Singapur will sĂŒdasiatische Arbeitsmigranten ausweisen

    Singapur (afp) – Nach schweren Unruhen Anfang Dezember will Singapur dutzende beteiligte Arbeitsmigranten aus SĂŒdasien ausweisen. Es sollten 52 Arbeiter aus Indien sowie einer aus Bangladesch ausgewiesen werden, teilte die Polizei des sĂŒdostasiatischen Stadtstaats am Dienstag mit. 28 weitere wĂŒrden wegen der Beteiligung an den Ausschreitungen angeklagt, ihnen drohten bis zu sieben Jahren Haft. 20 […]
    Thu, 28 Nov 2013 06:59:17 +0000
    Fairtrade-Siegel fĂŒr indischen Markt

    Bangalore (csr-news) – FĂŒr das auf dem indischen Markt neu eingefĂŒhrte Fairtrade-Siegel wird sich vor allem eine wachsende Mittelschicht interessieren. Fairtrade India will mit der Platzierung des Siegels auf dem heimischen Markt die Position indischer Fairtrade-Kleinbauern und -Plantagenarbeiter stĂ€rken und in der lokalen Bevölkerung ein Bewusstsein fĂŒr die Fairtrade-Bewegung schaffen. Bereits seit 19 Jahren produzieren […]
    Mon, 01 Apr 2013 23:55:45 +0000
    Grundsatzurteil zugunsten von gĂŒnstigen Generika-Arzneien in Indien

    In einem richtungsweisenden Urteil hat der Oberste Gerichtshof von Indien eine Patentklage des Schweizer Pharmakonzerns Novartis auf ein Krebsmedikament zurĂŒckgewiesen. Damit verteidigten die Richter am Montag nach Ansicht von Menschenrechtsaktivisten den Zugang von Millionen Menschen vor allem in EntwicklungslĂ€ndern zu gĂŒnstigen Nachahmermedikamenten (Generika). Novartis dagegen sprach von einem innovationsfeindlichen Urteil.
    Mon, 01 Apr 2013 17:14:00 +0000
    Why India’s Novartis ruling is good for innovation

    Today’s news that the Indian supreme court has effectively denied the Swiss multinational pharmaceutical company Novartis the patent protection for its ‘new’ blood cancer drug Glivec (Gleevec in North America) has been discussed controversially i...
    Mon, 11 Feb 2013 14:32:10 +0000
    CSR-Tag auf der Internationalen Tourismusbörse

    Berlin (csr-news) > Auch in diesem Jahr wird im Rahmen der Internationalen Tourismus-Börse in Berlin ein CSR-Tag veranstaltet. Am 7. MĂ€rz werden aktuelle Strategien, Best-Practice-Beispiele und Marktpotenziale eines nachhaltigen Tourismus behandelt. Dabei geht es zum Beispiel um Begegnungen bei Urlaubsreisen, Konflikte um die lebensnotwendige Ressource Wasser und den Schutz von Kindern vor sexueller Ausbeutung. Dr. […]



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