Going beyond asymmetrical implementation towards equitable participation of communities for the Future


Corporations are explicitly claiming for a “formal and recognized place at the UN table” in the name of a new “inclusive multilateralism and collaboration”. This “collaboration” is to be, if not already, dramatically asymmetric: the private sector has much more resources to push its agenda forward and defend its interests rather than affected communities, NGOs and even some States.

We are co-organising a workshop with the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation as part of the UN civil society conference in Nairobi.

Friday 10 May from 6pm to 7.30pm.


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