15th eu-ngo human rights forum (5- 6 december 2013) on accountability

15th EU-NGO Human Rights Forum (5-6 December 2013) on Accountability
(A) Fight against impunity
(B) Economic Social Cultural Rights / Human Rights Defenders
Opening session
EU Special Representative for Human Rights, Mr. Stavros Lambrinidis
Transitional Justice: UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence, Mr Pablo de Greiff (tbc)
ICC: ICC Chief prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda (tbc)
ESCRs: UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinkingand sanitation Catarina de Albuquerque (tbc)
ESCR accountability: Ramón Cadena Rámila – Director ICJ Central America Regional Office on Guatemala
Human Rights Defender's perspective: Maria Ubilerma Sanabria Lopez, Colombia
Introduction to the objectives and policy updates by the EU
Introduction to the objectives and policy updates by the EU
Representatives of the European External Action Service and the European Representatives of European External Action Service and the European Commission  The EU approach to economic, social and cultural rights  The EU policy on Transitional Justice: outline of the state of play  The EU strategy on corporate social responsibility  The principle of complementarity and its implementation Session A.1
Session B.1
Addressing widespread impunity and gross human rights violations
Remedies for ESCRs
Moderator: Cecile Aptel (UN OHCHR) Moderator: Christian Courtis (UN OHCHR TBC) Bosnia Herzegovina: Prof Zoran Pajic, King’s College Gayle Rankin, First Peoples Disability Network, Australia Cote Ivoire:Drissa Traoré, head of movement ivorien des droits Lilian Chenwi, Member of the Steering Committee of the OP-ICESCR coalition, Guatemala: Juan Fransico Soto (Executive Director of CALDH Guatemala) Session A.2
Session B.2: Working Groups
The Role of Regional Mechanisms in Fighting Impunity
Moderator: Representative of European External Action Service Trade and investment
Land issues
Moderator : Gaëlle Dusepulchre, FIDH Moderator : Florence Kroff (FIAN Belgium)  Brigitte Reisenberger (FIAN Austria) on  Representative of the African Union:  Asia, Evelyn Serrano, Asia Forum for Human Rights and Development  Pascal Erard, Comité Français pour Session A.3
Session B.3: Working Groups meet in Joint session
Challenges to Promoting Justice
Confrontation or Collaboration
Facilitator: Olivier de Schutter, UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food Timing and sequencing of a
Identifying the Right Strategies
transitional justice strategy
(A) Fight against impunity
Session A.4
Session B.4 on Human Rights Defenders
Promoting a victim-centered approach to justice focusing on victim's
participation, including of vulnerable groups
National public policies and protection
Criminalisation of HRDs in ESCR
Moderator: Yasmin Sooka (Executive Director Foundation for Human Rights, mechanisms for HRDs
 Dr Mariana Lagos, Argentine Team of Psychosocial Work and Research  Challenges linked to protecting HRDs  Jacqueline Moudeïna, Chadian lawyer representing victims in Hissan  Paola Limon, CEJIL, Costa Rica  Dolores Infante, UNSR HRDs Session A.5: Working Groups, continued
Session B.5: Corporate accountability: State & enterprises roles
Moderator : MEP Judith Sargentini (TBC) Institutional reforms
overview accountability : ECCJ chair Philipp Gregor access to justice : Jayshree Satpute, Delhi-based lawyer with experience Moderator (tbc)
Moderator: Carla Ferstman (Redress
litigating at Supreme Court and High Court level On OECD contact point : Alicia Granda, CEDH, Ecuador or Emmanuel Umpala,  Alexander Mayer-Rieckh (vetting  Cristian Correa, ICTJ Reparations Both Working Groups meet to exchange
inc. possibility for interactive lunch between EU officials and civil society representatives Closing Session on the EU- NGO Forum on Accountability
Chair Human Rights and Democracy Network Horizontal rapporteur on Fight against impunity: Chair of the Sub-Committee on Human Rights of the European Parliament: Barbara Lochbihler (tbc)

Source: http://www.15th-ngo-forum.igo.sk/downloads/Agenda%2015th%20EU-NGO%20Forum.pdf

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