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Sectoral consultation: "Human rights & the extractive industry" (Nov 2005)
 
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John Ruggie, Harvard University & Foley Hoag LLP, former UN Special Representative on business & human rights: Incorporating the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in Investor/State Contract Negotiations - remarks to Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, 20 Apr 2012

Oxfam Australia: Closing the Governance Gaps: Submission to the UN “Protect, Respect, Remedy” Framework – Expert Multi-Stakeholder Consultation, Berlin [PDF], Jan 2010

Intl. Roundtable on Conflict Management & Corporate Culture in the Mining Industry, 12 Jun 2009, Harvard Kennedy School, Massachusetts, USA:

- Report of roundtable - Caroline Rees, Corp. Social Responsibility Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School, Aug 2009

Message from UN Special Representative Ruggie: "As part of the mandate’s examination of the inter-relationship between the corporate responsibility to respect human rights and the need for improved access to remedy, an international expert roundtable was convened on 12 June on behalf of the SRSG [Special Representative of the UN Secretary General] to take forward research into the impact of corporate culture on the ability of companies to manage human rights disputes effectively.  The meeting focused on the mining sector.  Further field research is planned for 2010 building on this work."

Intl. Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM)

Latin America regional consultation - Bogotá, Colombia, 18-19 Jan 2007:

Submission by Forest Peoples Programme & Tebtebba Foundation: "Indigenous Peoples’ Rights, Extractive Industries and Transnational and Other Business Enterprises", 29 Dec 2006

Africa regional consultation - Johannesburg, So. Africa, 27-28 Mar 2006:

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