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FICCI CSR Summit, Awards, Exhibition and Master Class 2022

Dec 12 - 13, 2022,FICCI, Federation House, Tansen Marg, New Delhi, 9:30 am onwards




COVID-19 - but the pandemic has brought home the immediacy of our vulnerability and highlighted the inequities in our system. The pandemic has put a spotlight on the poor and most vulnerable, including women, older people, young people, children, low-wage earners, informal workers, persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples, people in situations of conflict, people living in rural areas, refugees and migrants. In 2020, over 100 million people were pushed back into poverty and hunger; an equivalent of 255 million full-time jobs were lost; and an additional 101 million children and youth fell below the minimum reading proficiency level, wiping out the education gains achieved over the last two decades .

Building the resilience of people and communities is, therefore, key to fighting poverty. Poor people do not have sufficient assets to provide them with the resilience to bounce back and recover after setbacks now and in the future. The focus is to enhance social protection and access to essential services for the poor and most vulnerable to ensure an inclusive recovery and that no one will be left behind. Targeting socioeconomic, climate change and biodiversity challenges in isolation is likely to be less effective than a coordinated response to their interacting effects.

We are aware that ownership demands greater localization, means tailoring them to the local contexts, especially at sub-national levels and putting people at the center of development and protecting lives and livelihoods. Local governments, communities and stakeholders are important actors in ensuring that development outcomes. Business has and can support the most vulnerable across three areas of impact: on their lives (health and safety), livelihoods (jobs and incomes) and learning (education and skills).
When people have access to quality education and training, health services and social protection and when women and girls benefit from better opportunities, they are better equipped to escape poverty and lead productive lives. They are also more resilient for when things go wrong and are better equipped to weather a pandemic or a climate shock.

With the objectives to understand, share, exchange and learn ways to create resilient communities that not only focuses on socio-economic aspects but also climate change, the FICCI CSR Summit and Awards 2022 is being organized on December 12, 2022, at FICCI Federation House Tansen Marg, New Delhi from 9:30 am onwards and concluding the Summit with the presentation of the 20th edition of the FICCI CSR Awards.

Along with the summit and awards ceremony, we are hosting an exhibition for Innovators, Corporates and Civil Body Organisations to showcase their best practices and innovations at this platform to CSR leaders, CxO’s and CSR practitioners.

  • Branding, Marketing & Networking opportunity at Federation House
  • Focused one-on-one interactions with top CSR Leaders, Industry Leaders, CxOs, etc.
  • Network with 20th FICCI CSR Awards Winners
  • Promote your work/services on FICCI social media
FICCI CSR Summit, Awards and Exhibition
Date: 12 Dec 2022
Time: 9:30 am onwards
Venue: FICCI, Federation House

FICCI CSR Master Class
Date: 13 Dec 2022
Venue: FICCI, Federation House





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Aastha Jain
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