The symposium will be held in two parts:
The first section of the symposium will focus on the rise of multinational corporations and how they have amassed enormous power since the establishment of the United Nations Center for Multinational Corporations.
This part addresses binding regulations for the TNC, including the ongoing open-ended intergovernmental working group mandated by the United Nations Human Rights Council in 2014 to produce a legally binding instrument for the TCN on human rights. Describe the main initiatives that aim to
It also discusses the phenomenon of corporate multistakeholderism, how it works in relation to global governance, and the threat to democracy and UN multilateralism itself.
International law and human rights experts, as well as analysts of social movements, have made the global Present their views and suggestions for governance. Guterres.
- Dr. Shahd Hammouri – University of Kent, UK
- Dr. Gamze Erdem Tirkelli – University of Antwerp, Belgium
- Tauriq Jenkins – University of Cape Town, South Africa
- Bobby Ramakant – Citizen News (CNS), India
- Harris Gleckman – Director, Benchmark Environmental Consulting, USA
- Francisca Pancha Rodriguez – Anamuri, La Via Campegian, Chile
- Erica Mendes – Justiça Ambiental (JA!), Mozambique
- Gonzalo Veron – Transnational Institute (TNI), Brazil
- Mr. Baba Aye – Public Services International (PSI), Geneva
- Wesam Ahmad (AL-Haq)
- Brid Brennan (TNI)
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