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Gender due diligence - Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
HOLGUIL
26:04
This was recently published: Gender Dimensions of the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: https://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/librarypage/democratic-governance/gender-dimensions-guiding-principles-on-business-n-human-rights.html
Madeline Muga
26:50
Thank you
Nada
31:53
Do these large companies 'buy' the land from someone/government? Was the land first owned by these (now displaced) smallholder farmers or was it government owned?
Neelanjana Mukhia
34:21
Thank you Nada, I have noted your question and will ask Kelly and Lis to answer during the question round.
Josje Beukema
46:34
Thank you for the presentation of the report, good work! A question on the elephant in the room, the COVID-19 pandemic. Does ActionAid already see the impact on women’s rights in the supply chain? And what do you propose to do to counter this, both on the short-term
Josefine Hintz (ICLEI)
46:48
Hi there, Josefine from ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability, have you looked at the influence on how to leverage public procurement to work with business towards gender equality in global supply-chains?
kelly
47:49
can you please share the link to the Gender recommendations for the UN Binding Treaty
Alistair
48:17
On COVID-19, there are reliable reports from Eastern Africa on major losses in cut flower industry, many of whom are women
Neelanjana Mukhia
50:11
Thanks Josje and Josephine for your questions, have noted them for the Q& A round. Thanks too Alistair for your addition, will mention.
Gertrude Klaffenboeck
50:25
now when world economy is heading for a post-Covid Periode, shouldn´t we raise also the recommendation that public spending /economic support packages are focussing on "social infrastructures" as women´s shelter houses, educaiton, children´s care facilities, health provisions etc?
Neelanjana Mukhia
50:35
Kelly we will share the powerpoint and resources after this webinar with you
marijn.peperkamp
51:44
Regadring Covid 19: same applies for agrment factories in Asia (Bangladesh, Myanmar etc), with brands cancelling orders
AkikoSato
51:59
Many thanks for sharing the great work! Very insightful. How do you find the role of trade union considering women’s rights?
gisela
52:20
Hi, Gisela from FEMNET Germany working for better working conditions in garment sector in Asia: our partners in Bangladesh and India told us about many women fearing to loose salaries as garment factories have closed down
HOLGUIL
52:40
Here is the Stakeholder Statement on Implementing Gender-Responsive Due Diligence and ensuring the human rights of women in Mineral Supply Chains: https://womenandmining.org/stakeholder-statement/
Kelly
53:31
binding treaty recommendations: https://actionaid.org/publications/2019/10-steps-towards-un-binding-treaty-feminist-perspective
Mary Balikungeri
55:03
Hi this is Mary from Rwanda Women's Network. I am wondering if the researchers took interest into those researched countries some of their investment policies. ?
Sebahat Derin Atiskan
55:31
I have a question on the report’s suggestions for the governments.What are the concrete suggestions of your report about the ways to include a gender lens & gender analysis on National Actions Plans on Business and Human Rights? Could you please elaborate more on this?
Neelanjana Mukhia
56:24
Mary and Sebahat thank you for these questions, have noted them.
AkikoSato
57:13
Also if you know any ‘good practice’ regarding gender sensitive grievance mechanism, that would be really helpful. Thank you!
Food Systems Theme
57:21
Thank you so much for this! So helpful. Is there any evidence and/or guidance for companies in the ag/food space?
Gertrude Klaffenboeck
57:35
Thank you for the great presentation!
Shaonli
57:37
India is drafting the national action plan for business and human rights through the lens of Gender Equality
Shaonli
57:43
Thank you for the ppt!
Madeline Muga
57:59
Thank you for the presentation
b.karpinska
58:21
A great presentation, thank you. Any thoughts about girls in this context?
siobhan.curran
59:03
Congratulations on a great report! When looking at gendered impacts you have highlighted disaggregated data as crucial. I can imagine disaggregated data is not available in many contexts. Are there any good examples of use of qualitative and quantitative data in relation to evaluating gender impacts of business?
Marian Ingrams
59:06
Do you recommend particular sources to consult on making various types of grievance mechanisms more gender accessible and responsive?
Muriel
59:41
hi everyone, just to mention that regarding covid and the impact in the supply-chain (garment sector), Clean Clothes Campaign is collecting information on the situation globally and publishing it in a live blog https://cleanclothes.org/news/2020/live-blog-on-how-the-coronavirus-influences-workers-in-supply-chains
marie-laure
01:00:01
Just a comment, at Sherpa, an NGO working with ACtion Aid France on stratégic litigations against multinationlas, we are boycotting NCPs, cause our complainbts before the NCP have shown that only judicial actions or binding laws can have an real impact on Human rights
Nada
01:02:31
Thank you for answering my question, very clear. And thank you for this interesting presentation!
marijn.peperkamp
01:03:43
Global unions are also a source of information on impact of Corona
Sanyu
01:04:09
A link to our coverage on COVID-19 here: https://www.business-humanrights.org/en/covid-19-coronavirus-outbreak
gisela
01:04:13
here is a new report on GBV by FEMNET and BCWS in Bangladesh: https://femnet.de/images/downloads/gbv/GBV_Stop-Violence_Report_BCWS-FEMNET-2020.pdf
Sylvia Obregon- CIDSE
01:05:07
Great report thanks for the presentation!
iPhone van Marieke
01:05:59
so if you want our input and cooperation from trade unions, let’s keep in touch m.devriesdenhollander@cnv.nl
Josje Beukema
01:06:54
thanks everyone for the info and links! And of course to Kelly and Lois. Especially handy that there are blogs that are gathering this information. I am still especially interested in any urgent measure that can be taken, considering the economic and financial impact might lead to (severe) budgetary cuts in the longterm.
Sander Hehanussa
01:06:56
Thank you for a great presentation everyone!
Laura Chello - TDHIF
01:07:47
Thank you so much! Great presentation.
Sarah Vaes
01:07:59
Great, well-structured, clear presentation! Thank you!
Elena Lunder
01:08:22
Hello, I was wondering weather you have a literature recommendation or any other further information on gender impacts of purchasing practices. Thanks!
siobhan.curran
01:08:42
Trócaire’s recent report may also be of interest which focuses on the impact of climate change and corporate activities on women, along with ways in which women are creating transformative change “Women Taking the Lead: Defending Human Rights and the Environment” https://www.trocaire.org/sites/default/files/resources/policy/women_taking_the_lead_lowres_1_0.pdf
marie-laure
01:09:28
A precision: of course all NCPs are not equal in efficiency. We are asking for improvements of the French NCP for years, and boycotting it, at least until it operates reforms. thank you for this very interesting presentation
Anna, Banana Link
01:09:38
the FairFood Programme on tomates in Florida is quite a good example on grievence mechanisms, and our recent banana Link case study explain the 'how to', to some extent. See here, and get in touch if you want any more information of contacts : https://www.bananalink.org.uk/projects/comparative-gender-analysis/
Claire Ménard
01:09:44
Thank you for the presentation !
lizette
01:09:51
Thank you!
Liselot
01:09:59
Thanks a lot!
Jo Howarth
01:10:00
Thank you very much - really interesting!
Malin Kjellqvist
01:10:01
Thanks for a great report and webinar!
Kimberly
01:10:01
Thank you for this great presentation!
Sabela
01:10:06
Thank you!
Janna
01:10:06
Thanks a lot!
Marian Ingrams
01:10:06
Thank you for a very comprehensive and interesting presentation!
Michaela
01:10:06
Thanks so much for the great presentation!
Priya, SWASTI
01:10:09
Thanks a lot!
sandracossart
01:10:11
The way we have been working on the duty of vigilance in France is by being more general and not sector specific or gender specific but focusing on capacity building of women’s community and organisations is one of the avenue to bring more access to justice (Sherpa)
Ebba Aurell
01:10:15
Thank you for a great webinar - very well managed and very relevant topic!
siobhan.curran
01:10:18
Great webinar, thank you!
Beate Gassner (AK Europe)
01:10:22
Thank you so much!!
Muriel
01:10:23
Elena, have you checked the Circle NGO ?
Mary Balikungeri
01:10:26
thank you. was interestib
Gertrude Klaffenboeck
01:10:27
Thanks to all!
Rachel.Noble
01:10:32
Thanks everyone, well done Lis and Kelly :-)
Irene
01:10:34
Thank you very much.
Agathe (Justice et Paix)
01:10:36
Yes, many thanks!!
Marianne Hilders
01:10:36
thank you.
Liliana Jauregui
01:10:36
Thank you all very informative
Clare Fitton
01:10:38
Recommend BSR Gender and Data Impact Tool https://www.bsr.org/en/our-insights/report-view/making-women-workers-count-gender-responsive-due-diligence-report for gender data gathering and analysis
Karolína (Ecumenical Academy)
01:10:41
Thank you! It was a great webinar!
AkikoSato
01:10:41
This is really a great opportunity! Thanks for organising it ;)
Rosario Castro Bernardini
01:10:46
Thank you!
Women Win
01:10:47
Thank you from Women Win - very informative!
Nina Lesikhina
01:10:54
Thank you! Very interesting!
caro
01:11:02
where's the poll
Marian Ingrams
01:11:05
Good thought Sandra, thank you
caro
01:11:06
but yes.
Rebecca Rosefelt
01:11:07
Thank you!
Emilia Cebrian
01:11:15
Thank you so much for this! Looking forward to the follow up email with the materials :) Sorry I joined late, I'm in a different time zone
Mary Balikungeri
01:11:17
thank you from Rwanda Women's Network
Janna
01:11:25
Can't see the poll: But yes, definitely. And very interesting webinar!
Laura Chello - TDHIF
01:11:35
cannot see the poll either
Evelien Vleeshouwers (Hivos)
01:11:38
also can't see the poll, but very interesting, thank you!
Julio Espinoza
01:11:41
Thank you
Danny AA NL
01:11:46
First webinar with 164 participants. Thx!
Sander Hehanussa
01:11:47
Cant see the poll, but very interesting, would love to participate :)
Frenkchris Sinay
01:12:04
Thank you all!