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Oxfam India

A Digital Module on Business Responsibility

SDG

SERVICES

  • Training Design & Implementation
  • Videos
  • Website

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Journalists
  • Researchers

PLATFORM

  • Microsite
  • Offline Workshops
A graphic with a red background, and with elements of a QR code, silhouettes of workers, a city skyline, outline of trees and a mic in the centre. Part of Newsworthy.Studio trainings design for Oxfam India on business responsibility.

Businesses are mostly seen through the lens of financial performance. The workers, consumers, environment, supply chains, ecological footprints all have a vital role. Yet these aspects hardly get covered. Oxfam India partnered with Newsworthy.Studio to bridge the gap through workshops and a digital module on business responsibility as seen beyond profits and revenues.

The Challenge

Address the absence of holistic business responsibility training and resources

The Outcome

Customised business responsibility module on how organisations impact people, communities and the natural world

A Digital Resource on Business Responsibility

Newsworthy.Studio created an all-encompassing digital module and microsite titled ‘Reporting Effectively on Business Responsibility,’ encompassing aspects of gender, inclusion, climate change, labour, and inequity worsened by Covid-19. The digital, repeatable training modules are designed with a learn-at-your-pace approach, and includes detailed how-to video guides on reading balance sheets, understanding compliance portals and navigating data and documents on land, environmental clearances, gender and supply chains. The module was preceded by in-person workshops in Delhi, Mumbai and Raipur conducted by Newsworthy.Studio.

Explore our Work

A drone shot from one of Newsworthy.Studio's documentary films for World Bank on India's rural roads scheme.

The World Bank

Putting a human face on policy & data

Interviews & Panels. Storytelling & Reportage. Videos & Documentaries.

Closeup of an old woman smoking—taken from the Gender Curriculum & Media Fellowship designed by Newsworthy.Studio for Global Health Strategies.

Global Health Strategies

Reimagining how we talk about gender

Curricula & Pedagogy Design. Fellowship Design.

A graphic with a red background, and with elements of a QR code, silhouettes of workers, a city skyline, outline of trees and a mic in the centre. Part of Newsworthy.Studio trainings design for Oxfam India on business responsibility.

Oxfam India

A digital module on business responsibility

Training Design & Implementation. Videos & Documentaries. Websites & Microsites.