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A Report by IGSSS & Caritas India on Migrant Workers During Covid-19 Pandemic

IGSSS (Indo Global Social Service Society) a non government organization working towards development, capacity building and enlighten of vulnerable communities is coming up with CSR Roundtable with industry experts to discuss "Walking with the Migrants beyond Covid-19 Pandemic" and also to presents its report on Migrant Workers created by IGSSS & Caritas India jointly.

Walking with the Migrant beyond Covid-19 Pandemic : A Report by IGSSS & Caritas India

IGSSS (Indo Global Social Service Society) a non government organization working towards development, capacity building and enlighten of vulnerable communities recently organized one of its kind CSR roundtable where leading experts from the CSR community discussed on Walking with the Migrants beyond Covid-19 Pandemic

Can we understand the full meaning of life and death?

Life and death are not divided; they are one. Similarly can the mind be completely nothing, with no residue of the past? Whether this is possible or not is something we can inquire diligently and vigorously. But if the mind merely clings to what it calls living, which is suffering and tries to avoid the other, then it knows neither life nor death. So the challenge is to free the mind from the known, from all the things it has gathered, acquired and experienced.

Fiinovation supports the education of underprivileged children through their CSR initiative - PRAGYAM

Education plays a major role in an individual’s life, it not only sets the foundation of one’s future but also enables and empowers one to make the present better. And this stands especially true for individuals who belong from the underprivileged section of the society.

Mpower launches ‘Minds Matter’ – A progressive Mental Health Curriculum for Schools

Mpower, a pioneer in Indian Mental Healthcare, will be rolling out a progressive mental health literacy curriculum for schools, ‘Minds Matter’, which views success in terms of behavioral changes and a gradual, demonstrated understanding of mental health and wellness among students. ‘Minds Matter’ is a comprehensive, research-based and distinctive curriculum to be adapted during the school hours and interwoven in the timetable for grades 1 to 12. ‘Minds Matter’ will thrive to build mental health