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Business-Only Networking Event: UN Forum on Business and Human Rights

Geneva

 

Date and Time

Monday November 26, 2018
6:00 pm-8:30 pm CEST (Central European Time)


Location

Geneva


Topics

#Human Rights


BSR is co-organizing a business-only networking event on Monday, November 26, alongside the UN Forum on Business and Human Rights.

This event is for business representatives only. It is an opportunity to network, forge partnerships, and discuss issues of shared concern regarding the business and human rights agenda.

To register and receive further details, email humanrights@ioe-emp.com by November 16.

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