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Kaleidoscope – Issue 2

Presenting Kaleidoscope, an e-newsletter by Alexis Centre for Public Policy and International Relations! Read the second issue here: https://goo.gl/YUVyqv The Kaleidoscope Team, headed by journalism major Faiza Hashim Ali, consists of writers Stephanie Goveas, Noha El Charaani and Jennah Fakhouri. They are all currently studying in the American University of Sharjah, majoring in Mass Communication.… Continue reading Kaleidoscope – Issue 2

Business · Economics · International Affairs · Kaleidoscope · Technology

Kaleidoscope – Issue 1

Presenting Kaleidoscope, an e-newsletter by Alexis Centre for Public Policy and International Relations! Read the first issue here: https://goo.gl/rsCvCA The Kaleidoscope Team, headed by journalism major Faiza Hashim Ali, consists of writers Stephanie Goveas, Noha El Charaani and Jennah Fakhouri. They are all currently studying in the American University of Sharjah, majoring in Mass Communication.… Continue reading Kaleidoscope – Issue 1

Economics · Governance · Public Policy · Strategy · Technology

Flaws And Strenghts Of Digital India (Governance And Services On Demand)

Neha Verma elaborates upon the Digital India Program/Policy introduced by the Union Government, along with exploring the incidents of such an initiative and the possible success rates as to its implementation.  She also comments upon the scale of utility of such a program at the helm of the rural citizenry, thus projecting a possible drawback… Continue reading Flaws And Strenghts Of Digital India (Governance And Services On Demand)

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Embracing Corporate Social Responsibility – The Role Of CSR In The Present Era

Shreya Bansal elaborates upon the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), and its attached significance within the social realm due to its myriad befits to the citizenry at levels such as environmental etc. She emphasizes upon the fine line of a difference between CSR and Corporate Philanthropy and other provisions pertaining to CSR.

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Are the Transnational Corporations unstoppable human right violators?

The birth of globalization was followed by the emergence of the international actor -Transnational Corporations (TNCs) worldwide that established interwoven relationships with the society creating unapparent and unexpected consequences. TNCs are the mammoths of the modern globalized day with enormous international political and economical influence. The combined revenues and sales of a few top Transnational… Continue reading Are the Transnational Corporations unstoppable human right violators?