Good Governance in Civil Society and Corporate Social Responsibility

CONTEXT

Local self -governance is an elastic concept. It has been interpreted in many different ways so as to encompass many different aspects of social organization and the institutional framework within which social and economic activities are performed. Good governance has recently been accorded a central place in the changing scenario from developmental perspective. While two sets of problems have been identified that stand in the way of establishing truly good governance they are (a) the devolution of power from the top and (b) genuine involvement of the poor from the bottom on the other hand.

It is inconceivable that the problems involved in achieving good governance can be resolved without empowering the common people, especially the poorer segments of society. However the compatible social responsibility by private sector and good governance of civic society needs to address issues of common interest and societal benefit. Whether development orientation can be addressed by local self-governance at appropriate level? Intervention of self - governance is community based and self-directed bottom up driven process yet there are miles to go to address deal with complex socio-legal hurdles. The workshop examines the critical frame of the management practices that demand attention as a growing regional concern. Following objectives have been defined to address during the workshop. The corporate world has begun addressing the emerging concerns of social responsibility yet one has miles to go. The process public and private partnership has yet not evolved good governance norms in many developing region in absence of clarity of partnership principles.


OBJECTIVE

The workshop objectives include
METHODOLOGY

BROAD COVERAGE

Day one

Learning Agenda of Community

Objectives ,issue and goals of Good Governance

Unfreezing process and  group work  and discussion

Day Two

Cross cultural insight of governance experience and reflections*

Knowing perspectives of governance of different countries
Sensitivity and challenges to the process of governance in development sector-public private partnership issues

Presentation discussion and cases
Concepts/ insight and discussion

Day Three

Private & Public sector initiative in good governance and transparency.
Participatory management principles and practices –

Simulations and discussion

Day Four

civic society governance /critical issues and alternative in emerging economy
Self attitudes and fear towards good governance process transparency and devolution

 



FEES


Indian Delegates: Rs. 34,700 + 12.5% Service Tax (Includes Tution Fee, Study Material and Full Lodge and Board on twin sharing with all time meals). International Delegates: Euro 1250 (early bird till 15 Nov 2008 Euro 1050) covering full residential accomodation on twin sharing (Includes Tution Fee, Study Material and Full Lodge and Board with all time meals). Participants have to meet and plan their own travel arrangements to reach the training venue along with their return plan. The above fee includes tuition fee and all time stay full lodge board for 4 nights and 5 days.

GROUP DISCOUNT SCHEME (for International Delegates Only)

Discount follow up scheme is available as per details below for specific participants. Cover full lodge /board tuition fee & reading material etc.

  • For a group of 4 delegates 15% on total fee
  • For every 2nd delegate a fee of Euro 1175 only.
INTERNATIONAL DELEGATES GUIDELINES

All insurance including travel documents, visa etc must be obtained at your own. Training organization will not be responsible for any failure on your part.

CONTACT DETAILS

For more information, please contact: Programme Coordinator;B-9/6233, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi - 110070 TelePhone: 91 - 11 - 26896151 TeleFax: 91-11- 26130242 Email: anupama@aidmat.com; workshop@aidmat.com