SustainEverse - by UN Global Compact Network India (GCNI) and SocioLadder Foundation, is a first-of-its-kind global sustainability network and technology platform to measure and report sustainability impact made by a cross-section of stakeholders including CSR, Foundations, Government Aid Agencies, Financial Institutions and Individuals towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, as spearheaded by the United Nations.
SustainEverse presents a much-needed platform for all the development sector stakeholders to showcase their inspiring work towards achieving the 2030 vision for SDGs.
The SustainEverse platform also presents to its registered stakeholders an unmatched opportunity to connect with each other and provides a pool of rich resources - from Impact investors, CSR departments, co-funders and grassroot level Implementation partners, to inter-governmental institutions, aid agencies, financial institutions, Independant Monitoring & Evaluation agencies and Development Sector Professionals.
SustainEverse is a Unified Platform with only one Mission - to empower the global coalition of Sustainability participants to deliver actionable, verifiable and measurable momentum to achieve the UN's Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
"SocioLadder shall be the number one partner of choice in the global charity and social transformation sectors. SocioLadder shall transform the way charity is given, taken and measured for impact"
SocioLadder runs on vital principles of achieving the philosophy of wealth re-distribution.
The goal is to fight against income and wealth disparities. Our founder Mr. Shravan Charya is working on a book, "True wealth Distribution". The by product of that work is a patent that attempts to propose practical methods of redistribution of wealth.
About SocioLadder Foundation
SocioLadder Foundation is a charitable organization founded to achieve the dream of global Wealth and Income equity. The challenges of globalization and continuing industrialization has given rise to rampant accumulation of wealth and income at a convoluted core, leading to large-scale disparities in income levels. The resultant damage to human freedom and equal opportunity is palpable. We have set our sights to an assured right of self-destruction, if the pace of accumulating disparities and propagating imbalance is unchecked.
Shravan Charya, the Founder, in his white paper "A Practical Method of Wealth Redistribution" propounds a practical theory for the involuntary redistribution of wealth using consumer economics as its fundamental tenet. It offers to tame the bull of capitalistic anarchy with that of its own democratic values to transform the lives of the "Have-nots". The relative cost of economic “value in exchange” is intelligently quasi-bartered in relation to the micro-economic factor of income disparity reference. For more information on the vision and to support us in this very important mission to achieve wealth and income equity, please write to [email protected]. To contribute to continuing research and realizing the global vision of income equity, click here to make a donation
The Retail Charity Program and the Crowd-Funding platform are key preliminary steps in the journey towards making the world a more equitable and spiritually enriching place to live. Philanthropists and corporations interested in commencing these initiatives in countries where we don't have a presence (outside US and India), may reach out to the founder directly at [email protected]
Anybody from research background or interested in participating in group research can contact us through e-mail [email protected]
About UN Global Compact Network India
Global Compact Network India (GCNI), the Indian Local Network of the United Nations Global Compact ( UNGC), New York is the first Local Network globally to be established with full legal recognition. As the UNGC local arm, GCNI has been acting as a country level platform in providing a robust platform for Indian businesses, academic institutions and civil society organizations to join hands for strengthening responsible business practices. Our ‘10 Principles in areas of Human Rights, Labour, Environment and Anti-corruption’ provide a common ethical and practical Framework for Corporate Responsibility - and the 17 ‘Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)’ adopted in September 2015, by all 195 Member States of the United Nations including India in order to end extreme poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and protect our planet- understood and interpreted by businesses around the world , regardless of size , complexity or location.