47th session

Panel Discussion on Business and Human Rights…

29 June 2021

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Panel Discussion on Business and Human Rights - 14th Meeting, 47th Regular Session Human Rights Council

Production Date: 
29 Jun 2021

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01:56:56

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Summary: 
Panel on Tenth Anniversary of Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (HRC res. 44/15)---Speakers: John Ruggie, Sharan Burrow, María Fernanda Garza, Joan Carling, Michelle Bachelet, Nazhat Shameem Khan, Dante Pesce
Description: 
Panel on Tenth Anniversary of Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights-- Resolution adopted by the Human Rights Council on 17 July 2020. Business and human rights: the Working Group on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises, and improving accountability and access to remedy---<SPEAKERS>---Ms. Michelle Bachelet, High Commissioner for Human Rights (Introduction)--Mr. John Ruggie, Former Special Representative of the Secretary-General on human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises--Mr. Dante Pesce, Chair of the Working Group on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises--Ms. Sharan Burrow, General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation--Ms. María Fernanda Garza, 1st Vice Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce--Ms. Joan Carling, Global Director of Indigenous Peoples Rights International--Peru – Minister of Justice and Human Rights, H.E. Mr. Eduardo Ernesto Vega Luna--Brazil – Minister of Women, Family, and Human Rights, H.E. Ms. Damares Alves--Argentina – Vice Minister for Foreign Affairs, H.E. Mr. Pablo Anselmo Tettamanti--Norway (on behalf of a group of countries) – State Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Jens Frølich Holte--Honduras – Secretary of State in Charge of Human Rights, Ms. Iris Rosalía Cruz--Germany – Federal Government Commissioner for Human Rights Policy and Humanitarian Assistance at the Federal Foreign Office, Ms. Bärbel Kofler--Uganda – Commissioner in charge of Equity and Rights of the Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development, Mr. Bernard Mujuni--Chile (on behalf of a group of countries), Mr. Frank Tressler Zamorano--Cameroon (on behalf of the African Group), Mr. Salomon Eheth--European Union, Mr. Thomas Wagner--Bahrain (on behalf of the Gulf Cooperation Council), Mr. Husain Makhlooq--Azerbaijan (on behalf of the Non-Aligned Movement), Mr. Kamran Seyfullayev--Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions, Mr. Deniz Utlu--Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, Ms. Nada Awad--International Service for Human Rights, Mr. Andrés Zaragoza--Ecuador, Mr. Emilio Rafael Izquierdo Miño--Bangladesh, Mr. Mustafizur Rahman--United Nations Development Programme, Mr. Ronald Jackson--Libya, Mr. Luai Turjiman--Netherlands, Ms. Monique T.G. van Daalen--Iran (Islamic Republic of), Mr. Mehdi Ali Abadi--Sweden, Ms. Anna Jardfelt--Ireland, Mr. Michael Gaffey--Thailand, Mr. Rongvudhi Virabutr--Russian Federation, Ms. Kristina Sukacheva--Mongolia, Ms. Zoltuya Batsuuri--Portugal, Mr. Eduardo Pinto da Silva--Friends World Committee for Consultation, Ms. Alice Munnelly--International Federation for Human Rights Leagues, Ms. Alexa LeBlanc--Mr. Dante Pesce, Chair of the Working Group on the issue of human rights and transnational corporations and other business enterprises (Final Remarks)--Ms. Sharan Burrow, General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation--Ms. María Fernanda Garza, 1st Vice Chair of the International Chamber of Commerce--Ms. Joan Carling, Global Director of Indigenous Peoples Rights International
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