All Men Are Brothers - by Gandhi[Reading report] by Maëlle Gasc

2011-09-06

The author was part of the “Alternative Management” third year program in HEC in 2011. Maëlle Gasc also has a great interest in corporate social responsibility as well as in multicultural management practices and stakes. After having studied in thé USA, she wrote her master's thesis in Chennai, India, for a transnational industrial French company. She is passionate about Indian's culture.

Westerners may certainly have heard about Gandhi’s name. Whether they understand the origin of his believes and their numerous concrete applications is not as obvious. This book, published by the UNESCO, is a compilation of Gandhi’s writings and speeches, organized in themes. The reader can learn more about the man he was, his life, his believes and fears, so as to profit from his timeless and enlightening viewpoint about burning political and social issues.


Quote article  Maëlle Gasc, « All Men Are Brothers - by Gandhi », 06 september 2011, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Reading report]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/220.sls

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