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Stakeholder engagement: Access’ comments to BSR paper

Download the BSR report “Legitimate and Meaningful: Stakeholder Engagement in Human Rights Due Diligence | Challenges and Solutions for ICT Companies” here

Download the Access response “Consulting Users the Right(s) Way” here 

...To help more tech and telecom companies navigate this challenge [of meaningful consultation by ICT companies with potentially affected groups and other relevant stakeholders], BSR produced a strong report, which Access has analysed. We have identified areas either overlooked by the BSR report or that could be further developed to improve and foster all stakeholders’ participation. In our brief, “Consulting Users the Right(s) Way,” we developed this analysis and put forward recommendations to further improve the work conducted on the BSR report. This post will briefly present these recommendations...