Last remaining places for 2 April Business and Human Rights symposium at NUI Galway

There are just a few places remaining for the half-day symposium Non-Financial Reporting: Implications for business and human rights in Ireland taking place at the Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland Galway.  The symposium will bring together a number of legal and policy experts from various fields to discuss the implications of non-financial reporting for business respect for human rights, with a particular emphasis on Ireland. Participants include:

  • Professor Karin Buhmann, Department of Management, Society and Communication, Copenhagen Business School
  • Claire O’Regan, Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement
  • Professor Anita Ramasastry, University of Washington; United Nations Working Group on business and human rights
  • Dr Shane Darcy, Senior Lecturer, Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway
  • Siobhán Curran, Policy & Advocacy Advisor, Trócaire
  • Mairead Keigher, Reporting Program Manager, Shift
  • Patrick Flanagan, Office of the Compliance Adviser Ombudsman, World Bank Group
  • Brian Gray, Corporate Sustainability Coordinator, ESB Group

The symposium takes place on Tuesday 2 April 2019 (11am – 3pm) at the National University of Ireland Galway.  The closing date for registration is 28 March 2019. Register now at

Registration rates (including a light lunch):

  • Professionals (3 CPD points available): €50
  • University/civil society/unwaged: No charge

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