Geneva session on Thailand and beyond: Addressing justice, due diligence and access to remedy in the context of the extractive industry, 3 Dec 2013, 7pm-8.30pm

Addressing justice, due diligence and access to
remedy in the context of the extractive industry
cases in the Philippines, Mozambique, Palestine, Southern Africa and Thailand
in conjunction with the 2nd UN Annual Forum on
Business and Human Rights
Tuesday 3 December 2013
19.00 to 20.30
Refreshments available from 18.30 onwards
Rue de Varembé 1, Geneva, Switzerland, ground floor conference room
Tram 15: Nations, Bus 5: Nations
Download program in PDF at Brochure final 3Dec

Testimonies from the representatives of victims followed by discussion on due diligence (assessing
the actual and potential human rights impacts of the extractive industry) and access to remedy for
victims of extractive-related human rights abuses.
Panellists:
Jesus Vicente Garganera Alyansa Tigil Mina, Philippines, by Franciscans International
Nsama Chikwanka Policy Officer for Economic Justice Network, FOCCISA, by ACT Alliance
Moreblessings Chidaushe Norwegian Church Aid, by ACT Alliance
Nirun Phitakwatchara Commissioner of the National Commission on Human Rights of ThailandElisabeth Koek Legal Researcher, by Al-Haq
Moderator:
Carlos Lopez International Commission of Jurists

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