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E-Summit on COVID WARRIORS AND CONTRIBUTORS
India has been successfully fighting Corona Virus with the help of COVID Warriors. This strategic preparedness and response plan by India outlines the public health measures that the community stands ready to provide to support every citizen to prepare for and respond to COVID-19. A webinar cum e-Summit on “COVID WARRIORS AND CONTRIBUTORS” was Organised by CSR TIMES Powered and Presented by Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL) with Associate Partners: ICSI and Indian Achievers’ Forum. The webinar highlighted what we had learned so far about the virus and translated that knowledge into strategic action that can guide the efforts of all national and state partners when developing context-specific national and regional operational plans.
The participants also argued that Covid-19 pandemic offers an excellent opportunity for businesses to shift towards more genuine and authentic CSR and contribute to addressing urgent global social and environmental challenges. We also discussed some potential directions in which consumer‘s ethical decision making will be shifted to due to the pandemic. Mr K J Alphons, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, Former Union Minister, said, “We are living in difficult times. Government is doing so much what we need to understand is the big corporate and PSUs have done their CSR, it is time for individuals to step in difficult times. Government is doing so much what we need to understand is the big corporate and PSUs have done their CSR, it is time for individuals to step in Mrs Stuti Kacker, Former Chairperson, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) said, “We need to bring to the notice to the policymakers about child abuse. The welfare and development aspect of the children need to be taken care of. Many individuals, NGOs, hospitals have taken special efforts to help children. They have generated the financial resources from their funding.” Other speakers also stressed on the importance of contributing in whatever ways the able individuals can help. The speakers also pointed out the need for system to become alive to the challenges and opportunities. Key Speakers and Prominent Guests were: Mr K J Alphons, Member of Rajya Sabha & Former Union Minister; Mrs Stuti Kacker, Former Chairperson, (NCPCR); Mr Bimlendu Kumar Jha, Director Personnel, Northern Coalfields Limited (NCL); Dr Alexander Thomas, President, Association of Healthcare Providers (India) – AHPI; and, Mr Ashish Garg, President, Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI).