Centre for Excellence in CSR,
M.Sc., M.A., Ph.D. (SVU)
S. Siva Raju is Professor and Deputy Director at Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Hyderabad Campus. He holds postgraduate degrees in Population Studies and statistics and a Ph.D in Regional Development and Health and Family Welfare.
His broad fields of interest are: Corporate Social Responsibility, Resettlement and Rehabilitiation, Population and Development, Research Methodology, ageing, health and development. His major publications include: Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility: Indian Perspectives, Corporate Social Responsibility in India: Some Empirical Evidence, The Parsi Elderly, Regional Development & Family Planning, Gerontological Social Work in India, Health Status of the Urban Elderly, Adolescents Reproductive Health Perspectives, Voice of the Elderly in India, Primary Health Centers in Rural Health, Social Mapping and Networking of Organizations Working for Care of Older Persons, Social Inclusion and Women Health, and Ageing, Health and Development. He holds to his credit a Status Report on older poor in India, which was launched at the Second World Assembly on Ageing by the United Nations. Among various committees membership, the following few are highlighted here : Member of sub-committee on Protection and Welfare of the Elderly Persons for the National Human Rights Commission, Member of the Committee to assist the Ministry of Rural Development in the Monitoring and Evaluation of the National Social Assistance Programme, Expert Committee Member on Ageing- Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Honorary Director of International Longevity Centre, Pune, Advisor to the Ministry of Social Security, Govt. of Mauritius, President of Indian Association for Social Sciences and Health and a Co-ordinator of the UNFPA Initiative on Building Knowledge Base on Population Ageing in India, Member of the Global Ageing Network, University of Southampton, UK and International Faculty for UN International Institute of Ageing, Malta.