Paromita Chowdhury, Apr 17, 2018
In parts of India, mental illness is feared – families worry about the financial burden involved in taking care of individuals who are perceived to not be able to work. Paromita Chowdhury, Programme Officer of OAK Foundation shares Shampa's incredible journey overcoming these barriers.
Paula Mariwala and Radhika Shah, Apr 05, 2018
The number of women entrepreneurs around the world are growing and a transformation is on its way – expect this way of doing business as unusual will soon be the norm. Paula Mariwala and Radhika Shah share.
Dr. Musimbi Kanyoro, Apr 01, 2018
Social change is complex and dynamic, one doesn’t get there working within linear relationships between input and outcomes or addressing only one issue and not the other. Dr. Musimbi Kanyoro, President and CEO of Global Fund for Women writes.
Nayana RenuKumar, Sep 27, 2017
Tourism accounts for a growing share of the economies around the world, the industry and policymakers have a responsibility to ensure that tourism is healthy, sustainable and beneficial for local communities. Nayana RenuKumar, Head of Public Policy, Airbnb on the future of sustainable travel.
Arun Nanda, Chairman, Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India, Sep 28, 2017
The Indian hospitality industry today recognises the potential benefits of sustainability and is adopting various measures to promote it. Arun Nanda of Club Mahindra Holidays on the future of sustainable tourism for the hospital industry.