Here’s a good way to refresh your memory and recollect your thoughts on the most burning issues that emerged at
Beyond Good Business:
REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE
- Esperanza Salazar, from Mexico, talked about human rights abuses – particularly against women – and environmental issues linked to the extraction of natural resources in Zacualpan, Colima.
- Jane Lingbawan Yap-Eo, from the Philippines, talked about the effects of militarisation on indigenous women in the context of natural resource extraction.
- Rumana Hashem, Founder and Director of the Phulbari Solidarity Group, stretched the importance of including women in human rights movements
- Monica Feria Tinta, international human rights lawyer at 20 Essex Street, talked about the challenges of accessing remedy and the importance of implementing a gender perspective when it comes to international law
- Melania Chiponda, who unfortunately couldn’t attend the conference, was planning to talk about women, land grabbing, and compensation in Zimbabwe.