Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Giving as a percentage of GDP
Last evening there was this panel discussion on NDTV Profit on giving as a corporate culture. The participants, corporate honchos, did not have much to offer but one side view of the voluntary sector. Although, anchor rattled some figures that were interesting enough. He compared charitable giving as a percentage of GDP. According to him US gives 2.5% of its GDP. UK gives 1.75% of its. Amongst BRIC, India gives 0.6% of its GDP while Brazil and China languish at 0.3% and 0.1% respectively.Lots of catching up to do for the formidable BRIC.
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I will be quoting you on a seminar of Individual Social Responsibility where I will be speaking. It will be held on November 26th in Puerto Montt, Chile at Santo Tomás University. I just wanted to let you know and to thank you for making these resources available.
Thanks HDC, if you ever come back and see this comment, please feel free to share your experiences at the ISR conference.
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