Beyond Grievance and Feedback Mechanisms: Access to Remedy

Security, Rights & Development Roundtable No. 122
September 15, 2014
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Please join us for our next Security, Rights & Development Roundtable (formerly the Human Rights and Business Roundtable) meeting on Monday, September 15, focusing on remedy. In 2013, the Roundtable examined the basics of Grievances (and Feedback) Mechanisms. This Roundtable will dive deeper into this subject matter, and will focus on access to remedy, a key pillar of the UN Guiding Principles on Business & Human Rights. We will also consider how companies taking preventive measures, including better relationships and engagement siwht the community, can help to reduce the incidence of grievances in the first place.


Patrick Bindon - Barrick Gold
Holly Dranginis - Enough Project
Tim McLaughlin - Monkey Forest
Please note that attendance at the Roundtable is by invitation only.
If you are interested in joining the Roundtable, please contact J.J. Messner.



Agenda and Participation List
PowerPoint 1: Tim McLaughlin

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