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Corporate Citizenship Watch: The Covid-19 Crisis in India and the Global South - How the Business Community Can Help

MAY 11, 2021


India’s coronavirus crisis is the worst since the pandemic began, and it will probably worsen before it gets better. Behind the gut-wrenching photos and heartbreaking stories, governments, NGOs, and companies are coming together at the scale needed to combat the virus and provide aid to the people in its path, a country of nearly 1.4 billion. 

Outside of India, we need to look at the possibility of the virus spreading to neighboring countries in the region, and the alarming rise in cases in South America, where access to the vaccine is limited, as is access to quality healthcare. 

During this special edition of Corporate Citizenship Watch, you will

  • Receive an up to the minute update of the status of the pandemic in India and the rest of the world.
  • Determine how your company can help, from offering in-kind donations, financial support to joining public-private partnerships.
  • Learn about worldwide efforts focused on India as well as the Global South.
  • Discover what needs to be done in other regions to prevent similar outbreaks.

Who Should Attend: Senior-level corporate citizenship, corporate social responsibility, and philanthropy and non-profit leaders; senior public affairs, communication, and governance executives. 

Corporate Citizenship Watch

Corporate Citizenship Watch

September 16, 2021 11:00 AM ET [11:00] (New York)

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