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Partners in Change

Introduction to the Partner

Established as a not-for-profit organisation in 1995, Partners in Change has been pioneering the understanding and practice of corporate responsibility (CR) issues in India, whilst simultaneously promoting cross-sector partnerships as a tool to overcome complex development challenges. Through all its work PiC strives to place, as its central focus, the poor, marginalized or vulnerable communities and groups impacted by business.

PiC offers a wide range of CR-related services to businesses and civil society organisations operating in India, and works in close association with international networks and alliances. We participate with Government in the development of National and International CSR Standards. We are committed to play a role in furthering CSR agenda in South Asia, and within Business Schools. Being a member of the Credibility Alliance, we support and promote the principles of good governance and public disclosure.

Headquartered in Delhi, we are a committed team of 17 professionals with regional presence in Bangalore and Gurgaon. PiC is a member to various advisory committees; the major ones being the Global Compact Society of India, CII National Committee on Industry NGO partnerships and the BIS’s Sectional Committee on Social Responsibility. PiC is also on the Advisory Board of Institute of Business and Human Rights (UK) and a trainer of Global Reporting Initiative in India.

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Partners in Change

Partner Type

Core Partners

Contact Details

South Extension II
New Delhi
110 049

Tel: + 91 11 41 64 23 48 – 51

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We have a deep passion for seeing really dynamic effective corporate responsibility all over the world - it's core to our values and central to our business. So being in from the start with CSR360 GPN was an obvious route for KPMG to help spread the energy and the opportunity for transformed communities where business plays its rightful role driving change and supporting the people and the places who are often forgotten and frequently in need of business engagement. Its our privilege to be involved.

Lord Michael Hastings of Scarisbrick CBE
Global Head of Citizenship and Diversity

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