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Panel Discussion on Leveraging the Money - Forum on Business and Human Rights 2016
14 Nov 2016 -  Moderated by Surya Deva, Asia-Pacific representative, UN Working Group on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprisesSpeakers1
Anirudha Nagar, South Asia Director, Accountability Counsel Accountability Counsel supports communities to defend their human and environmental rights by bringing complaints to non-judicial complaint offices, including those at multilateral development banks and at the OECD National Contact Points
2.Harpreet Kaur, Senior South Asia Researcher & Representative, Business and Human Rights Resource Centre The Business and Human Rights Resource Centre assists communities and civil society organizations to press companies to address human rights concerns. It also provides companies an opportunity to present their responses to allegations in full
3.Prabin Shakya, Human Rights Programme Coordinator, Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact The Human Rights Campaign and Policy Advocacy Programme at the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pactaims to increase capacities of indigenous organisations and human rights defenders at the national, regional and international levels to promote, protect and defend their individual and collective rights
4.David Simpson, Project Complaint Mechanism Office, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development(EBRD)The Project Complaint Mechanismis the EBRD's accountability mechanism that has been established to assess and review complaints about Bank-financed projects. It provides individual(s) and local groups that may be directly or adversely affected by an EBRD project, as well as civil society organisations, a means of raising complaints or grievances with the Bank, independently from banking operations.

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