'P&G is committed to playing an active role in India's fight against COVID-19 and will contribute Rs 50 crore towards 10 lakh vaccine doses covering vaccination of 5 lakh Indians, 100 citizens for every one employee we have in India,' P&G Indian Subcontinent CEO Madhusudan Gopalan said.
Small actions at home can make a positive difference for our planet.
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10 Easy Ways When it comes to preserving and protecting our planet, it’s the little things we do every day that really add up and can make a world of difference. Try incorporating some of these small, simple actions into your home routine and be part of a much larger global sustainability movement. You Can Be Sustainable at Home and Make a Big Impact.
It’s amazing how a little good can go such a long way. Find out other ways you can help protect the planet.
We all want to do our part to protect the planet, but sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. According to a new study we conducted in the U.S. – which is consistent with research we’ve conducted in multiple markets around the world – while 72% of people want to do more to be sustainable at home, less than half make environmentally conscious choices at home as often as they’d like. And for those who don’t act sustainably, "not knowing how" is the biggest barrier.
A new inclusion initiative continues the brand's interest in creative equity
Some of film’s simplest images of Black life have a way of inspiring deep-seated dread in audiences.
A shot of two boys entering a convenience store can have viewers guessing whether they’ll make it out alive. Black female characters are too often saddled with outdated stereotypes disguised as “strength” with little to no development. Even moments of joy seem like brief segues to something much more bleak, like peace before inevitable tragedy.
Irma Olguin’s big idea is to tech-train women and people of color, improve opportunity in struggling communities, and change the face of the tech industry. As she explained at Signal 2020, it’s working.
When Irma Olguin was a child, she rolled raisins alongside her parents, aunts, uncles and cousins in the fruiting fields of Central California, supplier of 30% of the world’s food. “Coming from a place like that, growing up in that way and that’s all you know, that’s all that surrounds you, you don’t see things in front of you like starting a company or becoming a tech CEO or anything but that life that is laid out in front of you,” she says.
Words alone won’t create change. Sustained action and investment are necessary to address the systemic bias and inequality in advertising and media. Widen The Screen is an expansive content creation, talent development, and partnership platform that celebrates creativity and enables Black creators to share the full richness of the Black experience. Only when we Widen The Screen to Widen Our View can we all broaden the spectrum of the images we see, the voices we hear, the stories we tell, and the people we understand. Fully.
In a message of solidarity to North America employees, executive leaders reiterate P&G’s commitment to equality and inclusion.
It’s concerning to see a disturbing wave of anti-Asian violence in recent weeks, including burglaries and assaults targeting Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander individuals. These incidents come more than a year after many began experiencing coronavirus-related racism.
These unfortunate events are examples of ongoing bias, racism, and instances of brutality that too many of our communities are experiencing.