2011 june 21 Social Responsibility - Vulnerable Groups - MCR-HRD_Institute

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2011 June 21 – Social Responsibility in respect of Vulnerable Groups - MCR HRD Institute – Hyderabad.

This power point presentation was prepared for a 3 day training programme conducted at the MCR HRD Institute [Marri Chenna Reddy Human Resource Development Institute], for the benefit of Officers of various departments of the Government of Andhra Pradesh.

The live audio recording of the presentation can be heard by visiting www.archive.org – please search for Prof. V. Viswanadham and kindly search for the item by date.

You are welcome to give your valuable feedback : Viswam.vangapally@gmail.com

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  • 1. A Discussion on Social Responsibility in respect ofVulnerable Groups Facilitator: Prof. V. Viswanadham
  • 2. Think
  • 3. Why should anyone beRESPONSIBLE ?
  • 4. Consequences ofIRRESPONSIBILITY ?
  • 5. Social Responsibility
  • 6. 4 Debts of Human LifeFour Debts:Deva Runam - Debt to GodRushi Runam - Debt to Sages and SaintsPitru Runam - Debt to one’s parents and ancestorsSangha Runam - Debt to the Society
  • 7. Social Responsibility of Individuals, Institutions, Management . . .
  • 8. Social Responsibility An obligation to act to benefit the Society
  • 9. ResponsibilityResponse + Ability
  • 10. Being “socially responsible”means that people and organizations must behave ethically and with sensitivity towards social, cultural, economic and environmental issues.
  • 11. This responsibility can be passive, by avoidingengaging in socially harmful acts, or active , by performing activities that directly advance social goals.
  • 12. HIV Vulnerabilities of Migrant Women: from Asia to the Arab States Shifting fromsilence, stigma and shame to safe mobility withdignity, equity and justice
  • 13. Social Transformation
  • 14. Why only for theVulnerable groups ?
  • 15. Particular and Special attention toVulnerable groups
  • 16. What are the PROBLEMS theseVulnerable groups are facing ?
  • 17. THE CHALLENGE OFREDUCING POVERTY
  • 18. IMPROVE CIVIL SERVICE
  • 19. Work is Worship
  • 20. ATTITUDINAL CHANGE
  • 21. MAKINGPUBLIC EXPENDITUREWORK FOR THE POOR
  • 22. THE REVIEW OFTARGETED PROGRAMS UNDERTAKEN
  • 23. THE DYSFUNCTIONALITYOF GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS, ESPECIALLY IN THE SERVICE SECTORS AND AT LOWER LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT.
  • 24. GOOD GOVERNANCEIS A CRITICAL INGREDIENTFOR SUCCESS
  • 25. CITIZEN AND CIVIL SOCIETY VOICE INVOLVING END-USERS AND POOR CITIZENS IN DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS IS CRITICAL, AS IT IMPROVES ACCOUNTABILITY AND THE LIKELIHOOD THAT INTERVENTIONS WILL BE DESIGNED TO MEET DEMAND.
  • 26. Goals : -increase school attendance -improve health status -increase human capacity for both learning and economic activity-encourage higher risk economic choices, leading to greater income -improve social stability -invest in future human capital -improve adult work opportunities -decrease losses from natural disaster-educate citizens re: their rights & options -empowerment of women -decrease income inequality
  • 27. What is Social Protection? A system of public interventions that seeks to enable poor and vulnerable householdsto increase their ability to manage risk; thereby allowing them to contribute to, participate in, and benefit from economic growth.
  • 28. We have masteredthe art of using
  • 29. A list of 10,000 issues will rarely get fixed.A list of 10 high risk issues will get done immediately
  • 30. Where is the money to doall that we want to do ?
  • 31. POLITICS PRINCIPLESSCIENCE HUMANITYCOMMERCE MORALITYWEALTH WORKWORSHIP COMPASSIONPLEASURE CONSCIENCEEDUCATION CHARACTER
  • 32. Please seemy other presentations also
  • 33. Deshamunu PreminchumannaManchiannadi Penchumanna Vottimatalu Kattipettoy Gattimel Talapettavoy
  • 34. GOOD LUCK
  • 35. Please visit: www.archive.org and search for POOLABATA to read freely 5 publications in Telugu and 2 publications in Englishrelating to Personality Development
  • 36. For the sake of record As on 20th June 2011Prof. V. Viswanadham has uploaded live recordingsof more than 500 of his speeches to www.archive.org.„Communication Skills‟ - was downloaded, 1,405 times.About 200 Power Point Presentations, [ slides ]can be freely viewed at: www.scribd.comSo far, 96,983 have viewed.www.slideshare.net/viswanadham -One of the presentations, titled Communication Skills, wasviewed 10,096 times, & downloaded 1,319 times.Thank you dear friends for helping me to reach many more. 21-Jun-11 21 June 2011 Viswam-2009 4040 France Telecom Group confidential
  • 37. In case YOU liked this speech and presentation ~ for listening to more speeches and for viewing more presentations, Please Visit: www.archive.org Visit: http:// and Search for Prof. V. Viswanadham ~ please download and then kindly listen.21 June 2011 41
  • 38. In case YOU likedthis presentation~ for viewing more presentations,on various topics,Please Visit: Please visit : www.scribd.com and search for Viswam.vangapally4581 and / or www.slideshare.net/viswanadhamIn case YOU want to givesome feedback / contact me : Prof. V. Viswanadhamviswam.vangapally@gmail.com~ [040 – 2722 3383] 21 June 2011 42
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