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Institute of Directors, India was established on 12th July, 1990, as an independent, duly registered non-profit apex association of professional corporate directors. The directors are from organizations from public and private sectors and (government of India). IOD, India is the premier organization for development, training and networking of directors to attain their leadership role. IOD, India aims at international cooperation on issues relating to Boardroom Practices, Corporate Governance, Quality, CSR, Sustainability and directorial responsibilities under the law.

IOD, India and following associate partner organisations wish to strengthen their cooperation and explore further collaborative opportunities to drive higher standards of transparency and integrity in business governance and reporting by corporations and organisations.

Thus it recognises that joint collaboration and efforts in exploring opportunities and establishing a cooperative relationship benefits both the Parties.

Strategic Partner

Supporting Partner

The Good Governance Academy (GGA) (South Africa)

The Good Governance Academy (NPC) has been established to collaborate globally to share information on critical governance, sustainability, reporting, integrated thinking and business science issues as a public good, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals 17 (collaboration) and 4 (education). The GGA fulfills this mandate with due consideration for, and to the benefit of, the triple context within which it operates: society, the economy and the natural environment.

Amongst other related activities, the GGA holds two colloquia a year so that the best of thought leadership is imparted from, and to, educators, professionals and corporate leaders for the benefit of future leaders, their organisations and the triple contexts within which they operate.

The GGA makes use of a collaborating network of support members (see list at bottom of page) to share this information.

Centre for Governance & Sustainability (CGS) National University of Singapore (NUS) (Singapore)

The Centre for Governance and Sustainability (CGS), formerly known as Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO), was established by the National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School in 2010. It aims to spearhead relevant and high-impact research on corporate governance (CG) and corporate sustainability (CS) issues that are pertinent to institutions, government bodies and businesses both in Singapore and Asia. This includes corporate governance and corporate sustainability, governance of family firms, government-linked companies, business groups, and institutions. CGS also organises events such as public lectures, industry roundtables, and academic conferences on topics related to governance and sustainability.

The Association for Renewable Energy & Clean Technology (REA) (UK)

The Association for Renewable Energy & Clean Technology UK is a not-for-profit trade association, estd. in 2001. While the world around us has changed dramatically since we started out, our goal has always been the same: championing our members and promote a future built on renewable energy and clean technology. We do this by developing informed policy & advocating on behalf of our members to Govt.