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

  1. 1. A Discussion on Social Responsibility in respect ofVulnerable Groups Facilitator: Prof. V. Viswanadham
  2. 2. Think
  3. 3. Why should anyone beRESPONSIBLE ?
  4. 4. Consequences ofIRRESPONSIBILITY ?
  5. 5. Social Responsibility
  6. 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. 7. Social Responsibility of Individuals, Institutions, Management . . .
  8. 8. Social Responsibility An obligation to act to benefit the Society
  9. 9. ResponsibilityResponse + Ability
  10. 10. Being “socially responsible”means that people and organizations must behave ethically and with sensitivity towards social, cultural, economic and environmental issues.
  11. 11. This responsibility can be passive, by avoidingengaging in socially harmful acts, or active , by performing activities that directly advance social goals.
  12. 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. 13. Social Transformation
  14. 14. Why only for theVulnerable groups ?
  15. 15. Particular and Special attention toVulnerable groups
  16. 16. What are the PROBLEMS theseVulnerable groups are facing ?
  17. 17. THE CHALLENGE OFREDUCING POVERTY
  18. 18. IMPROVE CIVIL SERVICE
  19. 19. Work is Worship
  20. 20. ATTITUDINAL CHANGE
  21. 21. MAKINGPUBLIC EXPENDITUREWORK FOR THE POOR
  22. 22. THE REVIEW OFTARGETED PROGRAMS UNDERTAKEN
  23. 23. THE DYSFUNCTIONALITYOF GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS, ESPECIALLY IN THE SERVICE SECTORS AND AT LOWER LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT.
  24. 24. GOOD GOVERNANCEIS A CRITICAL INGREDIENTFOR SUCCESS
  25. 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. 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. 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. 28. We have masteredthe art of using
  29. 29. A list of 10,000 issues will rarely get fixed.A list of 10 high risk issues will get done immediately
  30. 30. Where is the money to doall that we want to do ?
  31. 31. POLITICS PRINCIPLESSCIENCE HUMANITYCOMMERCE MORALITYWEALTH WORKWORSHIP COMPASSIONPLEASURE CONSCIENCEEDUCATION CHARACTER
  32. 32. Please seemy other presentations also
  33. 33. Deshamunu PreminchumannaManchiannadi Penchumanna Vottimatalu Kattipettoy Gattimel Talapettavoy
  34. 34. GOOD LUCK
  35. 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. 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. 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. 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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