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New Report: Conducting Meaningful Stakeholder Consultation in Myanmar

Author: Shift, Published on: 30 April 2013

The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights include guidance on the role of meaningful consultation by companies with their stakeholders, particularly those groups that their operations may impact directly. Meaningful consultation can assist companies both to gauge and to mitigate their risk of involvement with human rights impacts…Shift’s report is designed to assist companies with this challenge, as they consider or commence operations in Myanmar. The report (1) provides a survey of stakeholder views regarding the entry of companies into Myanmar; and (2) sets out key elements for companies to consider in their stakeholder engagement strategies. The report describes the high expectations interviewees have of the benefits that companies can bring to Myanmar, from building workers’ skills in labor-intensive sectors, to improving working conditions and reducing poverty. It also highlights their fears that their lands will be taken from them, their environment degraded, and their livelihoods destroyed…

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