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Demystifying Social Impact Careers, Bangalore Edition

The social impact sector in India is growing at a rapid speed. What was traditionally seen as working at NGOs or volunteering for a cause now means much more than that. But, there still is a lack of understanding and knowledge about the scope of opportunities that exist in this space. It was that which […]

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Catalysing Social Impact 2019

Catalysing Social Impact 2019, a unique invite-only conference being organised by CMS – Social Impact Specialists will bring together thinkers, doers, investors, and academia in Social Impact to focus on scalable solutions that have eluded tough, intractable problems to date. Catalysing Social Impact 2019 presents a range of opportunities to accelerate social change and attain results for vulnerable communities. […]

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TALK: ‘Understanding Centrally Sponsored Schemes: An Instrument for Financing Development’

CPR is pleased to invite you for a talk on ‘Understanding Centrally Sponsored Schemes: An Instrument for Financing Development’ About the Event Since 2009, Accountability Initiative has been studying the design and processes of key social welfare programmes, specifically Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSSs). CSSs are specific purpose schemes designed by the Union government and implemented by […]

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Demystifying Social Impact Careers is Back! Registrations for the Bengaluru Edition Are Open.

The social impact sector as an agreeable career domain has begun to flourish only recently, and undoubtedly, there is still a long way to go. The sector faces several challenges as any emerging sector; limited resources, borrowing of methods and processes (in this case largely from the corporate sector that are often unfit for this […]

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Snippets From Arthan’s First Human Capital Roundtable

‘We want to create systemic change’. Almost all social impact organisations today, relate to this phrase. To create an impact in society, it is no longer sustainable to work in isolation. One needs to collaborate and learn from each other. To create this systemic change, however, organisations need the right talent in place. There is […]

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