April 9, 2015 Civil Society Organization-Independent Accountability Mechanism Roundtable, Washington, DC.
Accountability Counsel’s Policy Director, Kindra Mohr, to speak on developments at the African Development Bank. See the agenda here.
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Sept. 17, 2014 Learning From Our Shared Experience, Civil Society Organization (CSO) –
Independent Accountability Mechanism (IAM) Roundtable, London, England
Accountability Counsel, joined by Amnesty International, CEE Bankwatch Network, CIEL, Human Rights Watch and SOMO, is hosting a roundtable discussion that is open to the public on Sept. 17th. The event aims to bring together CSOs and IAMs to discuss IAM effectiveness.
April 2, 2014 American Bar Association, International Law Section Meeting in New York: Panel on the Role of Lawyers in Accountability Offices Founder and Director Natalie Bridgeman Fields presented on the Panel along with AU Washington College of Law Professor David Hunter, World Bank Group CAO Vice President Meg Taylor, World Bank Group Chief Counsel Charles Di Leva, and Barrick Gold Counsel Jonathan Drimmer.
November 17, 2013: TEDx Talk at Cornell University Founder and Director Natalie Bridgeman Fields delivered a TEDx Talk at Cornell University on November 17, 2013. The TEDx Talk is available online here.
November 22, 2013: Thoreau Center for Sustainability, Atlantic Room at Tides, The Presidio, San Francisco | 12:30PM to 1:30PM Natalie Bridgeman Fields spoke about Accountability Counsel’s work with communities demanding justice for environmental and human rights abuses.
October 11, 2013: State Bar of California Annual Meeting On October 11, 2013, Accountability Counsel’s Executive Director, Natalie Fields, spoke at the Annual Meeting of the State Bar of California at a Panel on the UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights and how they have impacted accountability in the extractive industry. Pictured at left, Moderator Mary Hansel and Natalie Fields.
September 27, 2013: Roundtable on Accountability with the World’s Independent Accountability Mechanisms On Sept. 27, 2013 Accountability Counsel co-sponsored an event with the Center for International Environmental Law, Human Rights Watch, and Inclusive Development International.
April 22, 2013: Conversation and Cocktails with Accountability Counsel at Business for Social Responsibility in San Francisco, CA Executive Director Natalie Bridgeman Fields will speak as the featured guest of Business for Social Responsibility in San Francisco regarding the challenges of using non-judicial accountability mechanisms and how they can be used effectively when there is no other avenue available to redress human rights and environmental abuses.
April 11, 2013: Munschauer Career Series Featured Speaker, Cornell University Executive Director Natalie Bridgeman Fields will speak at Cornell University’s College of Arts & Sciences as the featured guest of the Munschauer Career Series.
March 28, 2013: Workshop on Social Ventures, Harvard Law School
Executive Director Natalie Bridgeman Fields will speak on a panel regarding social entrepreneurship and the law.
February 28-March 1, 2013: Business and Human Rights Roundtable, Dodd Center, University of Connecticut Executive Director Natalie Bridgeman Fields will participate in an expert workshop regarding Business and Human Rights, introducing topics on human rights remediation and affected communities.
December 6, 2012: World Legal Forum Conference, The Hague, The Netherlands Executive Director Natalie Bridgeman Fields will speak at the World Legal Forum conference on Resolving Company-Community Conflicts: Practical approaches and multi-stakeholder perspectives.
December 4, 2012: UN Forum on Business and Human Rights, Geneva, Switzerland Executive Director Natalie Bridgeman Fields will speak on a panel regarding the Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights and Access to Non-judicial Remedy