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Changing the World with Corporate Social Responsibility

Changing the World with Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility allows employees and employers to contribute to the development and growth of society. Not enough has been spoken about how one feels after donating or being socially responsible. It gives a sense of pride and fulfilment. As responsible citizens, we as individuals and the corporates need to contribute in order to support those who are less privileged than us and are excluded and live on the peripheries of the society.

People have become more aware and conscious over the past decade. Corporate Social Responsibility indicates that the business/organisation is not just interested in its profit, but it is also concerned about relevant social issues. Operating sustainably is the way forward.

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 What Needs to be Done to Help a Child in Distress?

What Needs to be Done to Help a Child in Distress?

India is a developing country with vast potential. With an ever-increasing population of 1.3 billion people, India is the second most populous country in the world. 39% of India’s population is represented by children. United Nations Conventions on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) defines a child as any human being below the age of 18.

Poverty impacts children the most. Children from poverty-stricken families lag behind at all stages of life. Children today are facing child abuse, child labour, child marriage, and child trafficking globally. It is important to prevent children from such societal demons. The government has come up with various laws to safeguard the rights of children and to ensure that every child remains within the safety nets of the society they are living in.

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Using the Internet - Do’s & Don’ts for Children

With the markets being flooded by smartphones and the availability of cheap internet the use of smart devices has increased fourfold.

While the parents are getting at ease with children using new age devices, there is an upsurge in the use of social media - the app that tops this list is Facebook. This is evident from the fact that India has the largest number of Facebook users in the world (October 2018 data).

Research finds that despite having an age-restriction, 38% of Facebook users are children under the minimum age of 13. From teens to pre-teens to even 8-10-year-olds, children are rapidly getting active on Facebook.
 

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Safer Internet Day: How Parents can Ensure a Safer Internet Experience for their Children

It’s a digital era. Things have become simpler with the internet. Nowadays, our daily activities are planned using the internet. The Internet provides us with data, information, and knowledge. It depends on us how we choose to use this information that we gather from the internet. Some choose to use it in a productive way and some don’t.

Parents should educate their children early and often. The Safer Internet Day is just around the corner. Are you unsure what to do about it? You along with millions of other people have to unite for one common mission i.e. to make the internet, a place where people use technology responsibly, respectfully, critically, and creatively.

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How Donations Can Help You Save the World and Tax!

As responsible citizens, we should give back to our society. This is something we have heard since our childhood. Societies all across the world speak a great deal on the importance of giving back to society. Be it eminent authors, thinkers, leaders, politicians, celebrities, or religious leaders, they all talk about how important it is to do charity.

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