9th March 2016
Venue: Norton Rose Fulbright LLP, 3 More London, Riverside, London SE1 2AQ
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The following issues will be discussed:
- What changes, if any, to the current structures of the UK NCP should be made to improve them for all those involved?
- Are the current procedures of the UK NCP appropriate in terms of effective decision-making and coherence with the OECD Guidelines?
- To what extent should it be possible to review the substantive decisions of the UK NCP?
- Does the UK NCP provide effective access to justice for complainants? If not, what changes are needed to make the mechanism more accessible and rights-compatible?
- Should there be more direct consequences for companies found in breach of the OECD Guidelines?
- Rachel Chambers, University of Essex
- Kathryn Dovey, Manager of NCP Coordination, OECD
- Department of Business, Innovation and Skills (speaker tbc)
- Tricia Feeney, Executive Director, RAID
- Peter Frankental, Economic Relations Programme Director, Amnesty International UK
- Dan Leader, Partner at Leigh Day and NCP Steering Board member
- Professor Robert McCorquodale, Institute Director, British Institute of International and Comparative Law
- Lord Jonathan Mance, UK Supreme Court
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