Advanced Training on Business and Human Rights and Grievance Mechanisms

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From 30 September to 3 October 2013, Stephanie Booker of Natural Justice supported, and participated in Advanced Training on Business and Human Rights and Grievance Mechanisms in Naivasha, Kenya, hosted by the Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO). Attended by over 20 participants from around Africa, the training included: 
  • An introduction to grievance mechanisms, including discussions on judicial and non-judicial grievance mechanisms, the role of National Human Rights Institutions and the African Human Rights System; 
  • Preparing complaints, with experts from SOMO and Accountability Counsel presenting on the OECD Guidelines and international financial institutions;
  • Writing and filing complaints; and,
  • Examination of particular case studies. 
This training complemented similar training sessions in Indonesia and Mexico. To find out more information on SOMO’s training on human rights and grievance mechanisms, see here.

4 October 2013

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