A Government of India’s recent norm requires all public sector undertakings set aside 2% of profits as funds for social responsibility activities. A similar guideline has been proposed in the amendments to the new Companies’ Bill, where an entire section on CSR has been added. If passed, the Act would be binding on all corporate entities as well. How much of these resources are invested in girls’ and women’s advancement? WomenChangeMakers, a program of the Womanity Foundation, is hosting a high-level discussion on the topic in New Delhi on 23rd July.
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